In this photograph released by the Department of Agriculture, a mixed flock of blackbirds - red-winged blackbirds, common grackles, brown-headed cowbirds - and European starlings descends into a wooded roosting area at dusk, less than two miles from a southern U.S. airport Jan. 11, 2007. Commercial airline crews reported more than two dozen emergency landings, aborted takeoffs or other hair-raising incidents due to collisions with birds in the past two years, according to a confidential database managed by NASA. (AP Photo/USDA, S. Stopak)
In this photograph released by the Department of Agriculture, a mixed flock of blackbirds - red-winged blackbirds, common grackles, brown-headed cowbirds - and European starlings descends into a wooded roosting area at dusk, less than two miles from a southern U.S. airport Jan. 11, 2007. Commercial airline crews reported more than two dozen emergency landings, aborted takeoffs or other hair-raising incidents due to collisions with birds in the past two years, according to a confidential database managed by NASA. (AP Photo/USDA, S. Stopak)
In this photograph released by the Department of Agriculture, a mixed flock of blackbirds - red-winged blackbirds, common grackles, brown-headed cowbirds - and European starlings descends into a wooded roosting area at dusk, less than two miles from a southern U.S. airport Jan. 11, 2007. Commercial airline crews reported more than two dozen emergency landings, aborted takeoffs or other hair-raising incidents due to collisions with birds in the past two years, according to a confidential database managed by NASA. (AP Photo/USDA, S. Stopak)

Aerolíneas reportan docenas de colisiones serias con pájaros

31 de enero de 2009 08:22 PM