Westchester County Airport mulls more non-lethal options to keep birds away, prevent airstrikes

One option is an avian radar, which sends

One option is an avian radar, which sends signals to a pilot that warns of birds ahead. (August 20, 2014 10:35 PM)

Officials at Westchester County Airport are looking into non-lethal options to keep birds away and prevent airstrikes.

One option is an avian radar, which sends signals to a pilot that warns of birds ahead.

Kiley Blackman, founder of Westchester 4 Geese, is helping to find ways to move the birds away from parks and airports. She says non-lethal methods are less cruel, less expensive...

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