N.Y. lawmaker introduces legislation in effort to reduce bird strikes

04/25/2012 | USA Today

Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., has proposed legislation that would allow the removal of Canada geese from a wildlife refuge near a New York airport in a bid to reduce the number of bird strikes on planes. The Federal Aviation Administration this year has received reports of 1,090 bird strikes through March 31.

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