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Resource Documents: Birds (47 items)

RSSBirds

Vulnerability of avian populations to renewable energy production
Author:  Conkling, Tara; et al.
California, Canada, Mexico, U.S., Wildlife

On a collision course? The large diversity of birds killed by wind turbines in South Africa
Author:  Perold, V.; Ralston-Paton, S.; and Ryan, P.
South Africa, Wildlife

Mortality limits used in wind energy impact assessment underestimate impacts of wind farms on bird populations
Author:  Schippers, Peter; et al.
Netherlands, 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.
England, Wildlife

Griffon vulture mortality at wind farms in southern Spain: Distribution of fatalities and active mitigation measures
Author:  de Lucas, Manuela; et al.
Spain, Wildlife

Visual fields, foraging and collision vulnerability in Gyps vultures
Author:  Martin, Graham; Portugal, Steven; and Murn, Campbell
Wildlife

Avian mortalities from two wind farms at Kutch, Gujarat and Davangere, Karnataka, India
Author:  Kumar, Selvaraj Ramesh; et al.
India, Wildlife

Evaluating anthropogenic landscape alterations as wildlife hazards, with wind farms as an example
Author:  Law, Peter; and Fuller, Mark
Wildlife

Quantifying the demographic cost of human-related mortality to a raptor population
Author:  Hunt, W. Grainger; et al.
Wildlife

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
Wildlife

Effects of development of wind energy and associated changes in land use on bird densities in upland areas
Author:  Fernández‐Bellon, Darío; et al.
Ireland, 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

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

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

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

Estimates of bird collision mortality at wind facilities in the contiguous United States
Author:  Loss, Scott; Will, Tom; and Marra, Peter
U.S., Wildlife

Comparing bird and bat fatality-rate estimates among North American wind-energy projects
Author:  Smallwood, K. Shawn
U.S., Wildlife

Fish and Wildlife Service Comments: Pantego Wind Energy
Author:  U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
North Carolina, Wildlife

Repowering Altamont Pass with Smoke and Mirrors
Author:  Wiegand, Jim
Wildlife

FWS letter against Garden Peninsula wind energy development
Author:  Hicks, Scott
Michigan, Regulations, Wildlife

Sierra Club et al. v. Kern County
Author:  Sierra Club; et al.
California, Wildlife

Comments on the Revised Draft Guidelines for Land-Based Wind Energy Projects
Author:  Glitzenstein, Eric; and Belenky, Lisa
Regulations, U.S., Wildlife

Post-construction mortality surveys at Pennsylvania wind turbines
Author:  Pennsylvania Game Commission
Pennsylvania, Wildlife

Bird Mortality in the Altamont Pass Wind Resource Area
Author:  Smallwood, K. Shawn; and Thelander, Carl
California, Wildlife

Long Night’s Journey Into Death
Author:  Kaufman, Kenn
Ohio, Regulations, Wildlife

Recent bird and bat wind turbine research
Author:  Various
Noise, Wildlife

Bird and bat fatalities at wind turbines in Germany
Author:  Dürr, Tobias
Germany, Wildlife

Ripley Wind Power Project Post-construction Monitoring Report
Author:  Jacques Whitford
Ontario, Wildlife

They’re Not Green Episode 6
Author:  Peña, Nettie
California, Regulations, Videos, Wildlife

Location, Location, Location … Migration, Migration, Migration
Author:  Wegner, Wayne
Environment, Ontario, Tourism, Wildlife

Bird species of concern at wind farms in New Zealand
Author:  Powlesland, R.G.
New Zealand, Wildlife

Migratory Bird Use of Delaware Bay with Respect to Risks of Wind Energy Development
Author:  N.J. Dept. of Environmental Protection
Environment, New Jersey, Wildlife

Open Letter to the RSPB
Author:  Bellamy, David; and Duchamp, Mark
U.K., Wildlife

Directrices para la Evaluación del Impacto de los Parques Eólicos en Aves y Murciélagos
Author:  SEO/BirdLife
Regulations, Spain, Wildlife

State of the Birds — United States of America 2009
Author:  North American Bird Conservation Initiative
Environment, U.S., Wildlife

Letters from N.H. Audubon Society to Site Evaluation Committee and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Author:  Audubon Society of New Hampshire
Environment, Filings, New Hampshire, Noise, Regulations, Siting, Wildlife

DEC letters to Towns of Cape Vincent and Clayton re: endangered/threatened species
Author:  New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
New York, Regulations, Wildlife

Effecten van windturbines op de fauna in Vlaanderen
Author:  Everaert, Joris
Belgium, Wildlife

Hawk Migration Association Industrial Wind Turbine Siting and Monitoring Policy
Author:  Hawk Migration Association of North America
Canada, Regulations, U.S., Wildlife


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