Here’s an interesting video that describes how to manage wildlife at an international airport..
Try to answer the following questions about the video and come back on Monday for the answers.
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- What tools does Jonathan Leddon use in his work?
- What does he use these tools to do?
- What is ‘one thing’ he likes about his job?
- How does he try to remove the group of birds sitting on a perimetre fence?
- What kind of bird is captured in the trap Jonathan demonstrates?
- Is the bird harmed by the trap? Why?
- What noise making machines are available at the airport to scare birds away?
- What types of pyrotechnics does he use?
Jonathan Leddon, USDA’s wildlife biologist in charge of wildlife management at the Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshal airport in Maryland, describes the tools and tactics of his trade as he drives the perimeter of the airport on August 21, 2014, with Aviation Week & Space Technology senior editor for Avionics and Safety, John Croft.