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Braes of Doune, Stirling, ScotlandA few of the 36 Vestas V80 2-MW wind turbines of the Braes of Doune wind energy facility, Stirling, Scotland - photo from Shetland NewsSep 03, 2019
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Discarded wind turbine bladesDiscarded wind turbine blades (non-recyclable fiberglass), to be buried in the landfill in Casper, WyomingJul 31, 2019
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Eagle dead after wind turbine injuryFarmer with the dead eagle found near Waterloo Wind Farm - photo by Vanessa HunterJul 22, 2019
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No hunting. No shooting. Danger high voltage.Colorado Highlands Wind: No hunting. No shooting. Danger high voltage. Photo by Gerald Duffy.Jun 12, 2019

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