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Lots of birds

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In my Ascension Island airport FHAW, I have lots of birds flying right beside the runway.

Now, I made the scenery for this airport myself, but I never added any birds.

Does anyone have birds in their default scenery for FHAW?

Thanks

Fern
 
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In FSX missions there is the amazon mission. There are birds - assume sea gulls - that appear during the mission. You should be able to get the GUID for these birds and add them to your scenery as another library object.

http://lc0277.gratisim.fr/sceneobjects/

look in animals section

edit:

Sorry looks like I miss understood your post
 
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Heretic

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Too many birds in your scenery? Flip 'em and send a message to the rest of the bunch of dirty, winged buggars!
 
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