It's that time of year when birds are migrating, and that could be causing problems at Regina International Airport.
There have been two suspected bird strikes in the past week, both involving large commercial passenger planes.
The most recent was Wednesday morning, when a Jazz Dash 8 bound for Calgary was possibly hit as it was departing.
Nobody was hurt and no bird was found afterward. The plane, a 70-seater, kept going without incident.
On Saturday, another Dash 8, was involved in a bird strike incident, Transport Canada said.
This time it was a WestJet plane arriving from Edmonton.
Once again, no one was hurt and there was no sign of a bird afterward.