Windfarm good news in the US

To: "Brett Campbell" <>, "'Birding-aus'" <>
Subject: Windfarm good news in the US
From: "Greg" <>
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2007 18:21:41 +1000
The point that I was making in this debate was that we should be looking for solutions that don't have a major impact on our birds (and other organisms). If wind farms can be developed where the impact on birds and bats is minimal then they should be acceptable. I am receiving mixed messages though, that on the one hand wind farms are killing millions of birds and bats and on the other that modern design has reduced the problem. What is the truth? What about the White-tailed Eagle?

Is anyone up with the scientific literature on the issue of bird and bat deaths from wind farms.

Greg Clancy

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