This creation is absurd! It's an automated bird of prey that has quite recently started some genuine work at the Edmonton International Airport. The robo-winged animal pursues away genuine flying creatures from the air terminal. It appears that winged animals are a peril to planes as they're taking off and landing. So it's robo-winged animal to the salvage! A herd of these phony hawks are flown around the air terminal to drive away genuine winged animals. Here's the way it works: The automated winged animals look like genuine birds of prey. They even fold their wings and fly simply like them so genuine feathered creatures think the hawks are a predator. They get scared and take off. What's more, when the winged animals remain away, it makes the air terminal a more secure spot.