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AWWI Releases Updated Summary of Research Results on Wind Turbine Interactions with Wildlife

(June 15, 2015) AWWI is pleased to release the 2015 update of Wind Turbine Interactions with Wildlife and their Habitats: A Summary of Research Results and Priority Questions. Fatality...

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2014 Biennial Wind Wildlife Research Meeting Proceedings Available

(April 20, 2015) The latest in wind-wildlife research is now at your fingertips! AWWI is pleased to announce the release of the official 2014 Wind Wildlife Research Meeting X Proceedings....

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AWWI Hosts Tenth Internationally-Recognized Wind Wildlife Research Meeting

(December 18, 2014) Over 330 wind-wildlife stakeholders engaged with AWWI at the 10th Wind Wildlife Research Meeting to set the stage for wind-wildlife solutions in 2015 and beyond.  This year...

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New Study Provides Most Comprehensive Analysis Ever of Bird Fatalities at Wind Energy Facilities

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 15, 2014 Media Contact: Lauren Flinn, lflinn@awwi.org, 202-448-8780 New Study Provides Most Comprehensive Analysis Ever of Bird Fatalities at Wind Energy Facilities  Cell Towers, Buildings, Other...

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