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Welcome to our Newsletter

Welcome to the first issue of the Avisure newsletter. We hope you find it informative and interesting. Through our participation in various national and international forums, we stay up to date with the latest technology and insights relevant to aviation safety. Many of our readers will know us as experts in wildlife strike prevention, but we are more than that. We have specialists with skills in airport operations, emergency planning and response, environmental management and wind farm impact assessment. Our staff are cross-trained as aerodrome reporting officers; we have aircraft and drone pilots, wildlife veterinarians, database and mapping specialists. So in our newsletters, we will touch on some of these areas. I hope you will enjoy,
Phil Shaw - Managing Director

YVR - Vancouver International Airport 

YVR has some serious wildlife hazards (thousands of Snow Geese every winter for a start!). In response, Avisure has worked with the Vancouver Airport Authority to develop a global benchmark in wildlife hazard management programs. Key to its success is the integrated use of expertise, the commitment of the airport operator, and the 24/7 management of hazards.         Continue reading...

Is it a Black Kite or Whistling Kite?

A common question many Aerodrome Reporting Officers (ARO) ask themselves when doing their regular bird counts or completing aerodrome patrols to check for wildlife hazards. And that’s when their bird identification skills are good! To the untrained eye, many would just call the bird a ‘hawk’.     Continue reading.....

Alexandra Stone Wildlife Biologist

Alexandra's passion for wildlife began during a trip to South Africa in 2002. Being up close with exotic wildlife, in particular, a lioness and her cubs, sparked her passion at a young age.    Continue reading...

Alex can be contacted at astone@avisure.com 
Check out Alex's CV

AAA Webinar Series


Kylie Patrick, Principal Consultant for Avisure, will be presenting on "Wildlife monitoring and reporting - what's the point?" 

When: Tuesday 20th August 2019
Time: 11am AEDT
Where: Online - join via your computer

 
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Wildlife Hazard Management Training Survey 

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Avisure at the AAWHG Forum


Avisure was proud to co-sponsor the Australian Aviation Wildlife Hazard Group (AAWHG) Workshop’s networking function held at Cloud 9, Rooftop Bar, Rydges Sydney Airport Hotel on Tuesday 23 July.
Continue reading...

For more information on the AAWHG https://aawhg.org/
 
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