Recent Research

Looking for the latest scientific research on wind power and wildlife? This page is for you.

Once released, AWWI’s Summary of Wind Power Impacts on Wildlife will synthesize and provide citations for the most relevant publications to date regarding wind energy and wildlife.

The AWWI-hosted NWCC Wind Wildlife Research Meeting serves as the main forum for sharing the most recent wind power-related wildlife research, with the Proceedings offering a summary of the information presented at the meeting. For complete information on the previous nine meetings, please click here.

Save the date for the upcoming tenth Wind Wildlife Research Meeting the week of December 1, 2014, in Broomfield, CO.

New research is released regularly, and AWWI hosts quarterly NWCC webinars to provide scientists and tool developers an opportunity to share their work with all interested stakeholders. For recordings and presentations on past webinars as well as information for upcoming ones, please click here.
AWWI facilitates on-going research through the Sage-Grouse Research Collaborative. For more information on this research, please click here.

For information on the recent research on Greater Prairie-Chicken and wind energy overseen by the Grassland Community Collaborative of the NWCC, please click here

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