Bird Strike Reporting & Management Briefings and Presentations

 

Changes to birdstrike reporting procedures
The UK Birdstrike Reporting Portal and birdstrike reporting form SRG 2004 will be withdrawn on 1 August 2017. This follows the implementation of Regulation (EU) No 376/2014. Wildlife strikes, including bird strikes, will not be differentiated from other reportable occurrences.
For information and advice on the two reporting methods available from 1 August, please visit our pages on birdstrikes and occurrence reporting.
Dated: July 2017


CAP 772 Wildlife Hazard Management at Aerodromes – December 2014

Posted: February 2015


Flying to the USA? You can assess the risk of birdstrikes with this USAF prediction model

Posted: May 2012


UK Bird Strike Committee Presentation – April 2010

Posted: July 2010


Game Birds Managing the Bird-Strike Risk at Airports and Airfields in England

Wildlife Management & Licensing – April 2010

Posted: July 2010


Bird Strike Photographs

Posted: October 2009


Air Navigation Order 2005 – Mandatory Reporting of Bird Strikes

Aerodrome Strategy & Standards – UK Civil Aviation Authority

Dated: September 2009


CAA Bird Strike Statistics

Birdstrikes Statistics have been updated to include July 2009 data, by total number (including explanatory text relating to the evident increase in number of strikes reported strikes during summer 2009 and by top species.
http://www.caa.co.uk/birdstrikes
Dated: September 2009


Update on Fatalities and Destroyed Civil Aircraft due to Bird Strikes

Intl Bird Strike Committee (IBSC) Meeting Report

Dated: 9-10 June 2009


Mandatory Reporting of Bird Strikes

Dated: 16th December 2003