Category Archives: bat conservation

The Wild Side for April 2019


Check out the latest newsletter of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s Wildlife Diversity Program. Note: Only do this if you want to learn cool stuff about wildlife in the Sooner State and how to support them through your education … Continue reading

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The nightjars are returning! — A Feathered Reptile


The world needs to better appreciate the unique style of of Gretchen Newberry and her use of art in her #SciComm! This just in! The last of the migrants are on their way back, as evidenced by this announcement by … Continue reading

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The Wild Side newsletter – March 2018


The Wildlife Diversity Program of our Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation publishes a great little e-newsletter: The Wild Side. This month’s issue hearkens to the extraordinary ecosystem diversity our state packs into its relatively modest area: mixed-grass prairie, Ozark caves, … Continue reading

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Bats and Wind Energy newsletter


Volume 13 of Bats and Wind Energy Cooperative e-newsletter, sponsored by Bat Conservation International.

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Mitigating bat mortality from wind turbines


Contact: Katie Kline katie@esa.org 202-833-8773 Ecological Society of America Slight change in wind turbine speed significantly reduces bat mortality Study shows a 1 percent annual energy loss and 44-93 percent reduction in bat fatalities While wind energy has shown strong … Continue reading

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Wildlife Policy News – September 2010


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Bat and Wind Energy Cooperative newsletter – July 2010


BWEC e-Newsletter Jul 10

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