Message from the General Manager - Jill Brix
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Message from the GM – Jill Brix

Christmas is fast approaching, and we look forward to our varied family traditions. Here at Avisure we also end the year with a tradition, and although for the second year we not are not able to catch up in person, it will not stop us from celebrating our team and the year that was.

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Species Spotlight – Kangaroo

thern hemisphere, kangaroos have the dubious distinction of topping the Australian Transport Safety Bureau’s (ATSB) statistics for the number of damaging strikes by a terrestrial animal

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Species Spotlight – Turkey Vulture

Our northern hemisphere spotlight species rarely receives an ’Ahhhh, cute’, but they do play a crucial role in ecosystems, and an outsized role in wildlife management at airports. Turkey vultures (Cathartes aura) are the most widely distributed vulture in the western hemisphere.

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Our People - Hugh Murray - Assistant Site Manager @ YVR
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Our People – Hugh Murray

Our People – Hugh Murray – Assistant Site Manager @ YVR. Hugh Murray doesn’t have a list of ‘to-do’s, but a to-done list’. After 13 years of wildlife management at Vancouver International Airport (YVR), he is retiring.

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Sharon Worthing Operations Coordinator - Avisure
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Our People – Sharon Worthing

Above all, though, it’s the people who have kept her at Avisure for all that time. ‘They’re a close-knit group,’ she says, ‘I always know they have my back. It’s been a good 10 years.’

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Jeff Follett - Avisure Services General Manager
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General Manager – Jeff Follett

This edition of AviNews provides an overview of the years of service team members have put in, information on our investments in research and development, some nerdy bird stuff, and a little humble bragging about Ronel Jit. We’re proud of everything we achieve working with all of you and thank you for our continued collaboration.

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