We are excited to announce the upcoming release of the FAA Wildlife Strike Website and Database version 4.0.

This release will provide a major upgrade to the wildlife strike reporting process which will enhance the efficiency and availability of current strike data.

Public users will now be able to take advantage of an improved online strike entry form.
Thank you for reporting Wildlife Strikes.

We expect to transition to version 4.0 on August 2, 2017. Any changes to this transition date will be posted here.

NOTE: Existing "One Stop" users will be required to upgrade to a new API.
If you are a current "One Stop" user and have not upgraded to the new API, or if you know one of these users, please have them contact Shawn Hershman at shawn.hershman@csra.com.

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FAA Wildlife Strike Database

The FAA Wildlife Strike Database contains records of reported wildlife strikes since 1990. Strike reporting is voluntary. Therefore, this database only represents the information we have received from airlines, airports, pilots, and other sources.

For additional information, please visit the FAA Wildlife Hazard Mitigation Program site.

The annual bird strike report for 2013 titled, "Annual Report: Wildlife Strikes to Civil Aircraft in the United States (1990-2012)", is now available. This report presents a summary analysis of data from the National Wildlife Strike Database for the 22-year period 1990 through 2012.