New Mexico airport to install "animal control" fence

06/22/2010 | Silver City Sun-News (N.M.)

Grant County Airport should finish installing an "animal control" fence this week to keep antelope out of the general aviation airport in Silver City, N.M. Last year, an airplane struck an antelope while landing on the runway. The woven-wire fence stands 8 feet tall and costs about $539,000.

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