How to avoid life-threatening bird strikes in aviation?
There is one obvious method that, in my opinion, has not been properly considered. Surely it is time to build planes in shapes that resemble giant birds of prey in order to scare off waterfowl and other birds and avoid the danger of bird strikes.
Particularly important in the identification of a bird as a bird of prey are the beak and the talons. No goose would dare strike a plane that had huge yellow talons for undercarriage.