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New study pinpoints birds of prey as hardest hit by wind farms

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The White-tailed Sea-eagle is one of the species most vulnerable to wind farms © www.volganet.ru A new study reveals which bird and bat species are most at risk of collision with wind turbines, with raptors and migratory birds coming top of the list. This research is the first to take a global view of the problem, pinpointing possible solutions to allow birds, bats and wind farms to share the skies.EYONdbC1go4


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