"Nesting on the roof of the Terminal" - and they can't remove their nest (when empty) and close the places that they use for nesting? Its not acceptable to kill wildlife for someone's error when designing the airport instead of rectifying the mistake
As for near miss airstrikes with incoming passenger aircraft, there are devices that are used already as a non lethal bird deterrent around the airports, they are a type of laser beam (can't find the link of the article I read about it a while ago). In this day and age, there must be ways that are not inhumane to control our co-habiting with wild life.
And I didn't realise wrens and robins are such dangerous birds!
Sorry, I'm just venting
. Really annoyed with this