Renewable energy development threatens many globally important biodiversity areas
Author: Rehbein, Jose; et al.
Dixie the Dolphin
Author: Ward, Lyndsey
Renewables, land use, and local opposition in the United States
Author: Gross, Samantha; and Brookings Institution
Aesthetics, Economics, Environment, General, Property values, Siting, Technology, U.S., Wildlife
Silent Menace (Part 2 of 2): Wind Turbine Infrasound – What You Can’t Hear Can Hurt You
Author: Deever, Donald Allen
Health, Noise, Wildlife
Avian vulnerability to wind farm collision through the year: Insights from lesser black-backed gulls (Larus fuscus) tracked from multiple breeding colonies
Author: Thaxter, Chris; et al.
Evidence of region-wide bat population decline from long-term monitoring and bayesian occupancy models with empirically informed priors
Author: Rodhouse, Thomas; et al.
Griffon vulture mortality at wind farms in southern Spain: Distribution of fatalities and active mitigation measures
Author: de Lucas, Manuela; et al.
Visual fields, foraging and collision vulnerability in Gyps vultures
Author: Martin, Graham; Portugal, Steven; and Murn, Campbell
Impact of wind energy on wildife and the environment
Author: Henderson, Peter; Krüger, Oliver; Richarz, Klaus; and Byrne, Paula
Avian mortalities from two wind farms at Kutch, Gujarat and Davangere, Karnataka, India
Author: Kumar, Selvaraj Ramesh; et al.
Comments on proposed amended habitat mitigation plan
Author: Smallwood, Shawn
California, Oregon, Wildlife
Wind turbines cause functional habitat loss for migratory soaring birds
Author: Marques, Ana Teresa; et al.
Why Renewables Can’t Save the Planet
Author: Shellenberger, Michael
Economics, Emissions, Environment, Wildlife
Interference of Flying Insects and Wind Parks
Author: Trieb, Franz
Operational offshore wind farms and associated ship traffic cause profound changes in distribution patterns of Loons (Gavia spp.)
Author: Mendel, Bettina; et al.
Evaluating anthropogenic landscape alterations as wildlife hazards, with wind farms as an example
Author: Law, Peter; and Fuller, Mark
Quantifying the demographic cost of human-related mortality to a raptor population
Author: Hunt, W. Grainger; et al.
Wind farms affect the occurrence, abundance and population trends of small passerine birds: The case of the Dupont’s lark
Author: Gómez-Catasús, Julia; Garza, Vicente; and Traba, Juan
Wind farms have cascading impacts on ecosystems across trophic levels
Author: Thaker, Maria; Zambre, Amod; Bhosale, Harshal; et al.
Disturbance affects biotic community composition at desert wind farms
Author: Keehn, Jade; and Feldman, Chris
Effects of development of wind energy and associated changes in land use on bird densities in upland areas
Author: Fernández‐Bellon, Darío; et al.
Comment to the Iowa Utilities Board
Author: Swanson, Janna
Economics, Environment, Health, Iowa, Wildlife
Migratory bats are attracted by red light but not by warm-white light: Implications for the protection of nocturnal migrants
Author: Voight, Christian; et al.
Sharp Hills Wind Farm: Assessment by Delta Waterfowl
Author: Petrie, Scott; and Chouinard, Matt
North Dakota, Wildlife
Predicting the impacts of anthropogenic disturbances on marine populations
Author: Nabe‐Nielsen, Jacob; et al.
Action on multiple fronts, illegal poisoning and wind farm planning, is required to reverse the decline of the Egyptian vulture in southern Spain
Author: Sanz-Aguilar, Ana; et al.
Raptor Interactions with Wind Energy: Case Studies from Around the World
Author: Watson, Richard; et al.
Impacts of Wind Turbines on Redheads in the Laguna Madre
Author: Lange, Corey; et al.
Living in habitats affected by wind turbines may result in an increase in corticosterone levels in ground dwelling animals
Author: Łopucki, Rafał; et al.
Wind turbines impact bat activity, leading to high losses of habitat use in a biodiversity hotspot
Author: Millon, Lara; et al.
New Caledonia, Wildlife
Gone with the Wind: Implications of Wind Development for Raptor Populations
Author: Naylor, Lauren
Top 10 Myths About Wind Energy and Birds
Author: Hutchins, Michael
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.
Strong geographic and temporal patterns in conservation status of North American bats
Author: Hammerson, Geoffrey; et al.
Americas, U.S., Wildlife
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
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
Impacts of Wind Energy Development on Bats: Implications for Conservation
Author: Arnett, Edward; and Baerwald, Erin
Bird and bat species’ global vulnerability to collision mortality at wind farms revealed through a trait-based assessment
Author: Thaxter, Chris; et al.
Increasing evidence that bats actively forage at wind turbines
Author: Foo, Cecily; Bennett, Victoria; et al.