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AP: Wind Turbines Being Installed in Sensitive Bird Habitat on Massive Scale New research supported by American Bird Conservancy (ABC) shows that more than 30,000 wind turbines have been installed in areas critical to the survival of federally-protected birds in … Continue reading
Check out the attached file from BWEC for some of the latest updates in bat conservation with respect to wind power development. (You might need to re-size the pdf for easy reading.) BWECeNewsletterDec2014
Dec. 2014 news from the American Bird Conservancy First Predator-proof Fence on Kaua’i Completed at Kīlauea Point National Wildlife Refuge Rare native plant and animal communities that have inhabited a roughly eight-acre area at the Kīlauea Point National Wildlife Refuge—including … Continue reading
Here’s a link to a presentation from the 2012 annual meeting of The Wildlife Society. Kelly Fuller’s presentation here.
Volume 13 of Bats and Wind Energy Cooperative e-newsletter, sponsored by Bat Conservation International.