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Loomacres Conducts Wildlife Hazard Training at Anniston Regional Airport
May 24th, 2011

The Anniston Regional Airport is keeping safety their main concern when it comes to wildlife surrounding the facility. A wildlife management planning meeting was held today to discuss the problems that wildlife can have on all aspects of aviation. With the Anniston airport being surrounded with woods and hills, there are all kinds of deer, turkey, birds and other wildlife. During today’s meeting City Planner Toby Bennington talks about how it’s important that safety comes first. The airport is undergoing a wildlife hazard assessment process to look at the species that occupy the area around the airport. One type of animal that is very common is birds, which can cause all kinds of problems. The wildlife hazard assessment is a year-long process.

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