Knowledge of the species struck by aircraft enables a targeted approach to risk reduction. Whilst some species may be regularly seen at airports, not all behave in the same way to the presence of aircraft. BML therefore provide nearly a thousand birdstrike remains identifications each year back to the industry, enabling verifications of tiny remains fragments using microscopic or DNA analysis, feather comparisons or whole birds remains to be achieved.


Our cost-effective service includes photographic confirmation via email where possible through to full laboratory based assessment of samples.

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