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Resource Documents by Curry and Kerlinger (LLC)

Curry and Kerlinger (LLC)
Maple Ridge Wind Power Project Postconstruction Bird and Bat Fatality Study — 2006
This final version of the first-year survey of the wind facility on the Tug Hill Plateau in Lewis Country, N.Y., concludes that an estimated 2,200 to 4,094 birds and bats were killed by 120 turbines during the 5-month study period in 2006. Ignoring seasonal variability (as well as shortcomings of methodology), that would extrapolate to 8,580 to 15,967 birds and bats killed by the currently operating 195 turbines over a whole year. That’s up to 23 birds and 59 bats . . . Complete article »

Curry and Kerlinger (LLC)
Maple Ridge Wind Power Avian and Bat Fatality Study 2006 (draft)
This draft report of a brief period of counting corpses at the 120-turbine Maple Ridge wind energy facility on the Tug Hill plateau in western New York – performed by a firm that works for many wind companies – estimates the annual toll to have been between 3,103 and 6,011 birds and bats killed (p. 50). Obtained by the Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society by a Freedom of Information Act request to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. See comments by Rob . . . Complete article »

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