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WS biologist relocating a snowy owl away from an airportWildlife Services provides wildlife damage management assistance to protect agriculture, natural resources, property and health and safety.  In many instances, more than a single type of resource benefits from operational management activities.  For example, Wildlife Services biologists work with the aviation community to reduce wildlife hazards at airports to protect public safety and reduce property damage to aircraft.  Wildlife Services protects resources through implementation of integrated wildlife damage management programs.

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Last Modified: October 31, 2012


2012 WS Informational Notebook