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The Indirect Impacts of Wind Farms on Terrestrial Mammals: Insights from the Disturbance and Exclusion Effects on Wolves (Canis lupus)
Author:  Ferrão da Costa, Gonçalo; et al.
Portugal, Wildlife

Strong geographic and temporal patterns in conservation status of North American bats
Author:  Hammerson, Geoffrey; et al.
Americas, U.S., Wildlife

A balanced solution to the cumulative threat of industrialized wind farm development on cinereous vultures (Aegypius monachus) in south-eastern Europe
Author:  Vasilakis, Dimitris; Whitfield, D. Philip; and Kati, Vassiliki
Europe, Greece, Wildlife

Impact of wind energy on bats: A summary of our current knowledge
Author:  Hein, Cris; and Schirmacher, Michael
Wildlife

Impacts of Wind Energy Development on Bats: A Global Perspective
Author:  Arnett, Edward; Baerwald, Erin; Mathews, Fiona; Rodriques, Luisa; Rodríquez-Durán, Armando; Rydell, Jens; Villegas-Patrace, Rafael; and Voigt, Christian
Wildlife

Impacts of Wind Energy Development on Bats: Implications for Conservation
Author:  Arnett, Edward; and Baerwald, Erin
Wildlife

Bird and bat species’ global vulnerability to collision mortality at wind farms revealed through a trait-based assessment
Author:  Thaxter, Chris; et al.
Wildlife

Increasing evidence that bats actively forage at wind turbines
Author:  Foo, Cecily; Bennett, Victoria; et al.
Wildlife

Bats probe the aerosphere during landscape-guided altitudinal flights
Author:  Roeleke, Manuel; Mumrungsri, Sara; and Voigt, Christian
Wildlife

American Bird Conservancy letters to EDF Renewables: Vista Mountain project
Author:  Hutchins, Michael
Texas, Wildlife

Understanding bird collisions at wind farms: An updated review on the causes and possible mitigation strategies
Author:  Marques, Ana Teresa; et al.
Wildlife

Factors associated with bat mortality at wind energy facilities in the United States
Author:  Thompson, M.; et al.
U.S., Wildlife

Bat flight height monitored from wind masts predicts mortality risk at wind farms
Author:  Roemer, C.; et al.
Wildlife

Large-Scale Mitigation Experiment to Reduce Bat Fatalities at Wind Energy Facilities
Author:  Baerwald, Erin; Edworthy, Jason; Barclay, Robert; and Holder, Matt
Wildlife

Reducing bat fatalities at wind facilities while improving the economic efficiency of operational mitigation
Author:  Martin, Colleen; Arnett, Edward; Stevens, Richard; and Wallace, Mark
Vermont, Wildlife

Assessing Spring Direct Mortality to Avifauna from Wind Energy Facilities in the Dakotas
Author:  Graff, Brianna; et al.
North Dakota, South Dakota, Wildlife

Wind Energy, Nest Success, and Post-Fledging Survival of Buteo Hawks
Author:  Kolar, Patrick; and Bechard, Marc
Oregon, Wildlife

Geographic origins and population genetics of bats killed at wind-energy facilities
Author:  Pylant, Cortney; et al.
Maryland, West Virginia, Wildlife

Habitat use of migratory bats killed during autumn at wind turbines
Author:  Voigt, Christian; Lindecke, Oliver; Schönborn, Sophia; Kramer-Schadt, Stephanie; and Lehmann, David
Germany, Wildlife

Bat Mortality Due to Wind Turbines in Canada
Author:  Zimmerling, Ryan; and Francis, Charles
Canada, Ontario, Wildlife

Effects of wind-energy facilities on breeding grassland bird distributions
Author:  Shaffer, Jill; and Buhl, Deborah
North Dakota, South Dakota, Wildlife

Audubon letter: wind turbines near Monhegan Island, Maine
Author:  Maine Audubon and National Audubon Society
Environment, Maine, Wildlife

Origins and migratory patterns of bats killed by wind turbines in southern Alberta: evidence from stable isotopes
Author:  Baerwald, Erin; Patterson, Bill; and Barclay, Robert
Alberta, Wildlife

Home Range and Resource Selection by GPS-Monitored Adult Golden Eagles in the Columbia Plateau Ecoregion: Implications for Wind Power Development
Author:  Watson, James; Duff, Andrew; and Davies, Robert
Oregon, Washington, Wildlife

Topography drives migratory flight altitude of golden eagles: implications for on-shore wind energy development
Author:  Katzner, Todd; Brandes, David; Miller, Tricia; et al.
Wildlife

Bird collisions at an offshore platform in the North Sea
Author:  Hüppop, Ommo; et al.
Germany, Wildlife

Fatalities at wind turbines may threaten population viability of a migratory bat
Author:  Frick, Winifred; Baerwald, Erin; Pollock, Jacob; Barclay, Robert; Szymanski, Jennifer; et al.
Canada, Mexico, U.S., Wildlife

Effects of wind energy generation and white-nose syndrome on the viability of the Indiana bat
Author:  Erickson, Richard; Thogmartin, Wayne; Diffendorfer, Jay; Russell, Robin; Szymanski, Jennifer
U.S., Wildlife

Patterns of migrating soaring migrants indicate attraction to marine wind farms
Author:  Skov, Henrik; et al.
Europe, Wildlife

Ecological impact assessments fail to reduce risk of bat casualties at wind farms
Author:  Lintott, Paul; Richardson, Suzanne; Hosken, David; Fensome, Sophie; and Mathews, Fiona
Environment, Regulations, Wildlife

This Land Was Your Land: A Closer Look at 80 by 50
Author:  Bryce, Robert
Environment, U.S., Wildlife

Reply Brief of Petitioners Friends of the Columbia Gorge and Save Our Scenic Area v. Bonneville Power Administration
Author:  Friends of the Columbia Gorge
Environment, Law, Washington, Wildlife

Selection of recent studies on birds and bats and wind turbines
Author:  Various
Wildlife

Golden Eagle fatalities and the continental-scale consequences of local wind-energy generation
Author:  Katzner, Todd; et al.
California, Wildlife

Are Tree Bats Foraging at Wind Turbines in the Southern Great Plains?
Author:  Foo, Cecily
Texas, Wildlife

VCE’s Investigation into the Environmental Health of the Lowell Mountains with Industrial Wind Turbines – July 2016
Author:  Vermonters for a Clean Environment
Environment, Vermont, Wildlife

Habitat use of bats in relation to wind turbines revealed by GPS tracking
Author:  Roeleke, Manuel; et al.
Wildlife

Wind turbines cause chronic stress in badgers (Meles meles) in Great Britain
Author:  Agnew, Roseanna; Smith, Valerie; and Fowkes, Robert
Health, Noise, Wildlife

Ten of the worst-sited wind energy projects for birds
Author:  American Bird Conservancy
U.S., Wildlife

Multiple mortality events in bats: a global review
Author:  O'Shea, Thomas; Cryan, Paul; Hayman, David; Plowright, Raina; and Streicker, Daniel
Wildlife


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