Date of this Version
Proceedings Ninth Bird Control Seminar, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, Ohio, October 4-6, 1983. Ed. William B. Jackson and Beth Jackson Dodd
The US Air Force has over 200 bases world·wide. Each has its own indigenous and migratory species of birds. While the degree of hazard from these birds varies, the potential exists at all locations for damaged/destroyed equipment and health problems due to birds. To prepare Air Force pest managers on how to control birds, the Bird/Aircraft Strike Hazard (BASH) Team designed a reference manual called the Handbook on Bird Management and Control.