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AWWI Hosts Tenth Internationally-Recognized Wind Wildlife Research Meeting

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 marks another...

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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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New Resource: Issue Brief on Prairie Grouse and Wind Energy

Need a concise summary of the issues surrounding prairie-chicken, sage-grouse, and wind energy? Look no further than the latest AWWI Issue Brief, which focuses on the current status of...

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AWWI Releases Request for Information on Detection and Deterrence Technologies

AWWI is announcing a Request for Information (RFI) regarding available and in-development technologies intended to detect and deter birds and/or bats in the vicinity of wind turbines. The purpose...

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