AWWI’s 2018-2020 National Wind Wildlife Research Plan is now available online. This Plan highlights what we have learned about wind-wildlife issues and what questions need to be addressed, and identifies specific areas of research where AWWI will focus over the next three years to achieve key outcomes needed to ensure we meet our goals for development of wind energy and conservation. These outcomes include:
- Improved understanding of risk for bald and golden eagles, bats, migratory birds, and prairie grouse
- The development of technologies, strategies, and practices for avoidance, minimization, and mitigation of adverse effects of wind development on these species
View the Plan here.