Like and follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn to stay up-to-date with BSAC news and events!

On Facebook, you may even request to join our BSAC group. The group is open to all and is targeted to those involved in airport wildlife management and operations. For this first contact, BSAC wants to highlight the need to better identify our Canadian strikes: last year 45% of bird strikes reported to Transport Canada did not indicate a species!  We invite participants of the Facebook group to share pictures of unknown strike remains to crowdsource an answer. For a formal ID with validation don’t forget to use the Bird Identification service offered on our website. This is one of the many services (i.e. electronic Libraryforum , risk softwarestrike ID  and more) BSAC offers to its members!

We hope that these social media platforms provide an easy way for both members and non-members to connect and discuss ideas and issues related to airport wildlife hazard management and bird strike mitigation.  
The Bird Strike Association of Canada (BSAC aka Bird Strike Canada) is a leader in airport wildlife strike prevention.  By fostering dialogue within the industry, the BSAC seeks and advances innovative ideas in aviation safety.  Our mandate includes setting standards, addressing industry issues by formulating effective strategies and implementing change through regulatory means. 

Bird Strike Canada is a strong advocate for what concerns members from every sector of Canadian aviation. Validating research and the implementation of industry developments that support methods of mitigating bird strike risk are keynotes of the association.  An important directive of Bird Strike Canada is developing best practices as well as the standardization of airport wildlife strike prevention data and training. Bird Strike Canada has collected literature on bird strike research from around the world and makes this available
on-line to all of our members.  Knowledge of effective strategies, policy and technologies assist wildlife managers achieve the best results possible at their airports.
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