Incident at NORMAN WELLS NT (CYVQ)
2003-04-25: UPDATE Aerodrome Safety reported that five dead snow buntings were located approximately 1000 feet from the threshold of Runway 09 at Norman Wells. This species of bird is not susceptible to noise so the firing of crackers and other noise makers are of little use. The airport authority at Norman Wells in concert with Bruce Mackinnon the Wildlife Control Specialist in Ottawa is putting together an effective wild life program.
2003-04-22: The crew of MPE 444, a B737, reported hitting 2 small birds during rotation on Runway 27 at Norman Wells. No damage was reported. A runway check found 3 deceased birds 1200 feet from the threshold of Runway 09.
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Aircraft Details (1 aircraft)
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