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Birds Must Take a Back Seat to Planes, Lawmakers decide

August 20, 2009 |  8:12 pm

Worried that geese and jets don’t mix, the state Senate passed a measure today that would give airports greater authority to kill birds that might interfere with airplanes -- without being cited by state wildlife wardens.

The legislation, previously approved by the Assembly, now goes to the governor’s desk.

Read the full story here.