What about the birds and animals you are displacing?

The Sugar Land Regional Airport consulted with arborists and wildlife experts and determined that the least impactful timeframe for migratory and nesting species would allow for the removal this January and February. 

Additionally, Cullinan Park includes 754 acres of dense tree canopy. The remaining 747.3 acres will continue to be home to numerous wildlife species.

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1. Why are the trees being removed?
2. What is the danger?
3. How many trees will be removed?
4. Why are the trees only now determined to be dangerous?
5. How did you determine how many trees must be removed?
6. Why not just prune the trees?
7. Will this tree removal project be funded by taxpayers?
8. What about the birds and animals you are displacing?
9. Why don’t you relocate the trees?
10. What will happen to the 6.7 acres after it’s cleared?
11. Is this tree removal project part of the other work going on at the park?
12. Who have you been working with on this tree removal project?
13. Will removing obstructions be a continuous project?
14. Why not just close the Runway instead?
15. When did the FAA contact the Airport?
16. Why did the FAA only identify 150 trees when you are removing 584?