How Do Airports Keep Birds From Striking Planes? A Wildlife Expert Explains | WSJ

Bird strikes are one of the biggest wildlife hazards to aircrafts at JFK Airport. The chief wildlife biologist for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey explains how airports minimize these collisions on the runway. Photo illustration: Preston Jessee

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