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View Resource Bat Fatalities at Wind Turbines: Investigating the Causes and Consequence

This is a GREAT resource for bats and turbines. It has different content than Hom, et al. (from the March 30th group) but as detailed and well documented.

http://www.fort.usgs.gov/BatsWindmills/
View Resource When Blade Meets Bat: Unexpected Bat Kills Threaten Future Wind Farms

The interaction of bats and wind turbines is emerging as a major and unexpected problem in northern Appalachia. From mid-August through October 2003, during the fall migration period, at least 400...

http://www.personal.psu.edu/faculty/m/r/mrg5/Sciamer2-04.pdf
View Resource Bats Interacting with Wind Turbines

Color videos of bats flying close to wind turbines. The video clips on this site are presented to support a study that appears in the Journal of Wildlife Management. This study deals with the recent...

http://www.bu.edu/cecb/wind/video/
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 Impacts of Wind Energy Development on Wildlife: Key Issues of Concern

This is a more balanced document. It presents a way for wind and wildlife to coexist with some compromises from both the industry and the wildlife advocates. It is a good resource for the collection.

http://www.vawind.org/Assets/Docs/Key%20Issues%2001-06-06.pd...
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