Plane Wild is the AAWHG’s quarterly e-newsletter, distributed to members, and via channels such as the AAA’s e-newsletter, Airport Alert. Plane Wild is published at the beginning of February, May, August and November each year.
If you have a wildlife management event coming up, or a story you would like to contribute, please email Margo Marchbank, Plane Wild editor via firstname.lastname@example.org
August 2020 – issue 5
The August issue of Plane Wild, AAWHG’s quarterly newsletter, looks at the ball-loving, bird-hating newest member of Brisbane Airport’s ground ops team; pays tribute to an icon of Australian ornithology; reports on civil aviation agencies’ wildlife circulars in response to the Covid-19 pandemic; and more.
April 2020 – Issue 4
The April issue of Plane Wild, AAWHG’s quarterly newsletter, looks at a very Australian solution to a camel problem; showcases the second in our series of information sheets – focusing on wildlife management and COVID-19; has an update on the AAWHG’s biennial forum; and more.
December 2019 – Issue 3
The December issue of Plane Wild, AAWHG’s quarterly newsletter, looks at the wildlife hazard management activities of two of our colleagues across the Tasman; showcases the first in a new series of information sheets; calls on the industry and interested organisations to save the date: 16-17 September 2020; and more.
August 2019 – Issue 2
The August issue of Plane Wild, AAWHG’s quarterly newsletter, looks at the recent, very successful workshop held in Sydney in July; the Australian Museum’s ground-breaking DNA struck species identification service; the new AAWHG website; and more.
May 2019 – Issue 1
The first issue of Plane Wild came out in May 2019, and looked at a black kite strike at the Avalon Airshow, customised wildlife hazard management training for AROs at Ballina-Byron Gateway Airport, the new committee and more.