In The News


What happens during crow hazing?
Jan 23rd, 2018

Crows are increasingly becoming an issue in Watertown. The birds continue to swarm the city in large ...
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Downtown Watertown, neighborhoods safe from crow roosts
Jan 10th, 2017

City residents should be happy to hear that the thousands of pesky birds no longer roost in trees in ...
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Noise & Lights Help Scare Crows Out Of Watertown Neighborhoods
Jan 11th, 2017

It's that time of year when crows are flocking in city of Watertown neighborhoods by the thousands. ...
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AIRPORT NOISE STUDIES:
Jan 11th, 2017

A Cincinnati firm would win two combined professional service agreements for five years for aviation ...
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Education, Training and Classes
Aug 13th, 2017

Loomacres Wildlife Management offers a variety of training programs to meet the educational needs of ...
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Tulsa World: Wildlife biologist at Tulsa Airport
Jan 09th, 2017

Wildlife biologist at Tulsa Airport plays vital role in maintaining safety of aircraft's and animals ...
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Love is in the Air
Mar 19th, 2014

As the first week of March starts to unfold, the onset of longer days and warmer temperatures is wel ...
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Loomacres to Share Expertise on Airport Wildlife w/ SUNY Students
Sep 19th, 2013

WARNERVILLE, N.Y., September 17, 2013 – During a special session October 24-25, State University ...
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Planes, plains and food chains—Bottom up management of airport ecosystems
Aug 07th, 2013

In general, airport properties encompass grassland, wetland, and managed turf habitat—all potentiall ...
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Wildlife hazards at Riverton Regional Airport to be checked
May 15th, 2013

No black magpies or antelope will escape the close watch of careful wildlife biologists in the comin ...
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Avoiding bird strikes with aircraft through wildlife hazard management
Sep 09th, 2012

Specialized training for airport staff can reduce threats and boost safety for passengers.By Debbie ...
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Cody Baciuska, Speaking - Lawn and Landscape Training Program
Dec 07th, 2012

Cody Baciuska Vice President and Co-Founder January 24, 2013 – Columbia Co. February 27, - Washin ...
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Cody Baciuska speaking, National Wildlife Control Operators Association
Feb 14th, 2013

Cody Baciuska, Speaking at the Wildlife Expo, taking place February 14-16, 2013 in Tunica, Mississip ...
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Loomacres Biologists to Share Wildlife Management Know-How
Feb 01st, 2012

WARNERVILLE, N.Y., Feb. 1, 2012 – Later this month, Oklahoma airport managers and industry leaders w ...
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Watertown Crow Hazing To Begin December 19
Jan 06th, 2012

The dates have been set to try to rid the city of Watertown of its pesky crow population. The cit ...
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When critters and aircraft clash
Aug 17th, 2011

By Debbie Coakley While workers at New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) this su ...
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Loomacres Biologists Tapped for North American Bird Strike Conference
Sep 09th, 2011

WARNERVILLE, N.Y., Two wildlife biologists from Loomacres Wildlife Management will present research ...
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Loomacres Wildlife Management and Students work to increase aviation safety by developing training aids for airport employees.
Jun 02nd, 2011

Press Release - Dec 14, 2010 - Since 2005, Loomacres Wildlife Management has been working with Col ...
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Jun 27th, 2017

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