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Studies should include impact of turbine noise on wildlife  

Credit:  Orleans Hub | 12 September 2019 | orleanshub.com ~~

I just read the article about noise from wind turbines and wasn’t surprised by what I read. Since the noise from the wind turbines causes problems with 10 percent of the human population, what does it do to the domesticated animal and wildlife populations? Have any studies been done?

I think this should be a concern since these wind turbines are being located in rural areas with pets, farm animals and wildlife sharing the same space.

Pam Turner


Source:  Orleans Hub | 12 September 2019 | orleanshub.com

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