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Growing populations of geese, gulls, and hawks, coupled with increased air traffic, has resulted in the potential for life-threatening and damaging wildlife strikes at Minnesota airports. To address wildlife hazards at airports, WS personnel in Minnesota contributed 2.785 staff years to provide assistance at 29 civil and 3 joint use airports for a total of 32 airports in FY 2010. In addition, technical training was provided at 9 airports for 100 airport personnel.





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