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View Resource Battered by Harsh Winds: Must Bats Pay the Price for Wind Energy?

Biased against wind. This is a bit sensational but at least it covers a documented study. Bats (and birds) are a critical part of the ecology and they can be at risk by the location and operation if...

http://www.vawind.org/Assets/Docs/Battered.pdf
View Resource A Bibliography of Bat Fatality, Activity, and Interactions with Wind Turbines

A bibliography of available literature, both published and unpublished "gray" literature was compiled by Greg Johnson, Western Ecosystems Technology and Ed Arnett, Bat Conservation International and...

http://www.batsandwind.org/pdf/Bibliography%202-3-10.pdf
View Resource Wind Power: Impacts on Wildlife and Government Responsibilities for Regulating Development and Protecting Wildlife

Wind power has recently experienced dramatic growth in the United States, with further growth expected. However, several wind power-generating facilities have killed migratory birds and bats,...

http://www.batsandwind.org/pdf/gaoreport2005.pdf
View Resource Interim Guidelines to Avoid and Minimize Wildlife Impacts from Wind Turbines

Wind energy facilities can adversely impact wildlife, especially birds and bats, and their habitats. As more facilities with larger turbines are built, the cumulative effects of this rapidly growing...

http://www.fws.gov/habitatconservation/Service%20Interim%20G...
View Resource Assessing Patterns of Nocturnal Bird Migration Through the Appalachian Region

Poster about renewable energy and natural resource conservation.

http://www.pwrc.usgs.gov/research/scimtgs/2006/posters/Dawso...
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