Clearly, the shorelines of Ontario’s Great Lakes are altars upon which naturalists worship. On peak days, it’s possible to see more hawks, monarch butterflies and other migrants than almost anywhere else in North America. In very few other locations on earth can you find these ideal conditions to watch the miracle of migration unfold. Yet a threat looms large on the horizon which could unravel that miracle in the coming decades: the Industrial Wind Turbine (IWT). …
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