Bird Strikes a Continued Problem at Sac International

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There are more bird strikes reported each year at Sacramento International Airport than any other airport in California.

Although, new technology suggests the incidents could be prevented. A $500,000 radar system used to monitor wildlife near the runway could track animals.

But, a spokesperson from Sacramento International tells FOX40 that the technology, (used in other airports) “won’t meet the airport’s needs.”

More than 100 bird strikes are reported each year at Sacramento International.


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