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PostSubject: Indian air force counters birdstrike threat   Tue Jan 05, 2010 11:32 pm

The Indian air force's ornithology cell has devised an eco-friendly strategy to ward off the "invasion of avian varieties" at its bases.
The initiative comes after activities with the BAE Systems Hawk 132 advanced jet trainer were hampered at Bidar air base in north-west Karnataka by Greater Short-toed larks. An investigation found that the birds had migrated from Gujarat in north-west India due to sparse rain.
Grass near the runway at Bidar was kept longer to prevent birds from crowding there, while trees further away were also allowed to grow taller.
http://machbirds.blogspot.com/2010/01/indian-air-forces-ornithology-cell-has.html
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