Loomacres Wildlife Management will be hosting an Advanced Airport Wildlife Hazard Management Training. This course will be taught by experienced airport biologists with diverse backgrounds. This course is approved by the FAA to fulfill the training requirements for an airport wildlife biologist conducting wildlife hazard assessments under Title 14, Code of Federal Regulations, Part 139 and FAA Advisory Circular 150/5200-36A. Training of this type is required for biologists who wish to write airport wildlife assessments or conduct airport wildlife training sessions. Our three-day course will focus on advanced wildlife management techniques for airports. Seminars will be conducted on many wildlife management topics that will be followed by extended Q and A periods. Classroom sessions will be augmented with extensive "hands-on" training. Students will all get a chance to actually practice the techniques we will be teaching. In addition to hands-on training, the multi-day design of this course also allows us to cover all aspects of wildlife hazards at airports. Some highlights of the course include: Wildlife Hazard Management A History of Airport Wildlife Hazards Conducting/Writing Wildlife Hazard Assessments and Plans Aircraft Familiarization Operating in an Airport Environment Habitat Management Laws, Regulations, and Policies Working with Federal Agencies Wildlife Identification and Biology Strike Reporting/Data Collection Mammal Trapping and other Wildlife Control Strategies Pyrotechnic and Firearm Training by a Certified NRA Instructor.