Bird Strike Association of Canada

Bird Strike Association of Canada

We believe that the key to reduce damaging wildlife strikes to aircraft in Canada is by building a community of  professionals to exchange ideas, experiences and co-operative efforts to better manage wildlife at all Canadian airports.  It is through the ecological management of wildlife and the application of best practices that we will be successful in reducing strikes to aircraft. In pursuing these beliefs, we influence all aspects of airport wildlife management in Canada.

The Bird Strike Association of Canada (BSAC) is a leader in airport wildlife strike prevention. Through dialogue with the industry, the BSAC seeks and advances innovative ideas in aviation safety. Our mandate includes setting standards and addressing industry issues by formulating effective strategies and implementing change through regulatory means. Birdstrike  Canada is “The Canadian Voice of Wildlife Strike Prevention.”

The Bird Strike Association of Canada is recognized by Transport Canada as Canada’s National Bird Strike Committee organized under the guidelines set by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).

Upcoming events:

10/09/2018 - 13/09/2018 SWIFT Conference & Trade Show
10/09/2018 - 13/09/2018 SWIFT Equipment Conference and Exhibition
17/09/2018 - 19/09/2018 18th Annual Conference of the Quebec Airport Council
17/09/2018 - 19/09/2018 CAQ - CONSEIL DES AÉROPORTS DU QUÉBEC
30/09/2018 - 02/10/2018 ACI -NA Annual Conference and Exhibition


9 years after “Miracle on the Hudson,” FAA proposes new test for engine bird strikes

Nine years after the "Miracle on the Hudson" landing, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is proposing a test that would
Read More

Launch of Bird Collision Avoidance System Will Save Lives, Money

RIYADH: A highly innovative system that can save thousands of lives and millions of dollars in losses inflicted by collisions
Read More

Snowy owl invasion a phenomenon of nature

If we needed yet another example of the far-reaching connectivity of ecosystems, habitat and the species that dwell on this
Read More

Bird Carcasses Found at AR Helicopter Crash Site, NTSB Says

ARKANSAS COUNTY, Ark. - A preliminary investigation has been completed in the Nov. 19 crash of a medical helicopter that
Read More

Where Birds and Planes Collide, a Winged Robot May Help

The bird, apparently a female falcon, wheels into view 100 feet over Edmonton International Airport, flapping her wings — hunting
Read More