WS provides training, wildlife hazard assessments, and direct wildlife hazard management assistance at Connecticut airports through partnerships with Federal and State agencies and airport management. In FY 2010, the Connecticut WS program contributed 0.24 staff years at 8 civilian and 4 joint use airports. In addition, technical training was provided at 5 airports for 26 airport personnel.
WS' National Wildlife Research Center (NWRC) conducts research on habitat management practices and wildlife dispersal techniques. WS in Connecticut uses the information and technology developed from field research as well as the wildlife strike database to enhance development of wildlife hazard management strategies and methods for application at local airports.