This paper details liability issues inherent in bird–aircraft collisions (bird-strike) incidents at airports and discusses how airport managers and operators must strive to conduct accurate assessments and develop and implement an effective wildlife management plan. Such efforts are mandated by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations, and failure to follow them may result in loss of human life and property, as well as large financial penalties for managers and operators and adverse media attention and public criticism for the airport authority.
Dale, Larry A.
"Personal and Corporate Liability in the Aftermath of Bird Strikes: a Costly Consideration,"
Human–Wildlife Interactions: Vol. 3
, Article 10.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/hwi/vol3/iss2/10