TWS Wildlife News

Wildlife repellent trialed at U.S. airports

Since the beginning of aviation, wildlife strikes—and bird strikes in particular—have posed a hazard to human health and safety. Unfortunately, the potential for wildlife collisions with aircraft continues to increase as flight technology advances and as civil and military aviation expands. By deterring wildlife use of

TWS Wildlife News

Partners deploy fladry in Minnesota wolf country

Cooperative management partnerships between Wildlife Services-Minnesota and two environmental advocacy organizations reduced wolf presence in human safety and livestock protection situations this summer. Both locations were sites where gray wolves (Canis lupus) were known to