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Marques, Ana Teresa; et al.
Wind turbines cause functional habitat loss for migratory soaring birds
Abstract: 1. Wind energy production has expanded to meet climate change mitigation goals, but negative impacts of wind turbines have been reported on wildlife. Soaring birds are among the most affected groups with alarming fatality rates by collision with wind turbines and an escalating occupation of their migratory corridors. These birds have been described as changing their flight trajectories to avoid wind turbines, but this behaviour may lead to functional habitat loss, as suitable soaring areas in the proximity of . . . Complete article »

Marques, Ana Teresa; et al.
Understanding bird collisions at wind farms: An updated review on the causes and possible mitigation strategies
Highlights: Bird collisions with turbines are a result of species-, site- and wind farm-specific factors. High collision risk is explained by a combination of factors, not single ones. Not all factors that influence the risk of collision are considered in assessments. Future research should focus on assessing the effectiveness of mitigation strategies. Abstract: Bird mortality due to collisions with wind turbines is one of the major ecological concerns associated with wind farms. Data on the factors influencing collision risk and . . . Complete article »

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