Mexico's airport falcons keep nuisance birds away
Updated 5 years ago ·
Published on 1 Feb 2018 4:45PM ·
FAR from the crowds of passengers, lines and passport control, Madison spreads his wings on the side of a runway at Mexico’s international airport, the busiest in Latin America.
He is one of several peregrine falcons deployed to prevent “bird strikes” – a hazardous collision between birds and planes that can have dangerous and even catastrophic consequences.
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