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Senator seeks to allow goose kills near N.Y. airport
Environmentalists » Critics lash at the idea of a goose roundup at a wildlife refuge.

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In order to prevent bird strikes at all altitudes, the study recommends measures such as refining bird-detecting radar systems and researching avian perception in order to develop aircraft lights that would repel birds.

Those measures would be favored by animal activists like Birnkrant.

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"The killing just doesn’t work," she said. "We have to focus on learning to coexist with these birds."

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