Technology aims to spot feathered friends

01/27/2009 | NYTimes.com

Air traffic controllers at some airports are testing high-tech radar systems designed to help avoid collisions between birds and planes. Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and Chicago O'Hare are among the sites testing systems, which the FAA says are far from perfected.

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