ADVISORY CIRCULAR 150/5200-36. QUALIFICATIONS FOR WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS CONDUCTING WILDLIFE HAZARD ASSESSMENTS AND TRAINING CURRICULUMS FOR AIRPORT PERSONNEL INVOLVED IN CONTROLLING WILDLIFE HAZARDS ON AIRPORTS
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This Advisory Circular (AC) describes the qualifications for wildlife biologists who conduct Wildlife Hazard Assessments for airports certificated under Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 139 (14 CFR, Part 139). In addition, it addresses the minimum wildlife hazard management curriculum for the initial and recurrent training of airport personnel actively involved in implementing Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved Wildlife Hazard Management Plans. Wildlife biologists conducting Wildlife Hazard Assessments or presenting training for airport personnel actively involved in implementing FAA approved Wildlife Hazard Management Plans at certificated airports must have professional training and/or experience in wildlife hazard management at airports [§139.337(c) and (f)(7)]. Airport personnel actively involved in implementing FAA approved Wildlife Hazard Management Plans must receive initial training and, every 12 consecutive months after that, recurrent training [§139.303(c) and (e) (Personnel)].