WHPacific has completed a Wildlife Hazard Assessment (WHA) and Wildlife Hazard Management Plan (WHMP) for the Arlington Municipal Airport. The WHA has been accepted by the FAA, and the WHMP is currently under review. The airport is comprised of approximately 1,200 acres of land and the primary wildlife activities include birds, small mammals, and some larger animals (deer and coyote). The project is meeting the requirements and standards of Title 14 CFR 139.337. The contracted tasks include reviewing airport wildlife management protocols, mapping general habitat types near the airport environs and attractants on and around the airfield, and analyzing bird strike and wildlife activity data in association with the airport and adjoining lands. The WHA has been accepted by the FAA, and the WHMP is currently under review by the FAA.