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AWWI Hosts Record-Setting Wind Wildlife Research Meeting

(December 2, 2016) The American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI) hosted the 11th biennial NWCC Wind Wildlife Research Meeting last week in Broomfield, CO. This year’s meeting set a record...

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New Online Library Makes Wind-Wildlife Research Easily Accessible

(November 28, 2016) The American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI) today launched an online public Documents Library that makes it easy for researchers and for the public to look up existing...

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Don’t Miss the November 9 NWCC Webinar on Wind Energy and Sage-Grouse, Organized by AWWI

(October 20, 2016) Join the upcoming NWCC Webinar, organized by AWWI, to hear results from the two research projects overseen by the NWCC Sage-Grouse Research Collaborative....

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National Wildlife Federation’s Jim Murphy Joins AWWI Board

(August 1, 2016) The AWWI Board approved the nomination of Jim Murphy to serve on the AWWI Board of Directors for the National Wildlife Federation (NWF), one of the...

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Leading Environmental Scientist and Economist Dr. Yohe Joins AWWI Board

(July 29, 2016) Dr. Gary Yohe, Huffington Foundation Professor of Economics and Environmental Studies at Wesleyan University and a world-renowned scientist and economist, has joined the AWWI Board of...

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Wind Turbine Impacts on Birds and Bats: 2016 Summary Now Available

(July 11, 2016) AWWI is pleased to release the 2016 update of Wind Turbine Interactions with Wildlife and their Habitats: A Summary of Research Results and Priority Questions. This...

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EverPower Wind Holdings and Xcel Energy Join a Vibrant AWWI

(June 9, 2016) AWWI is delighted to announce that EverPower Wind Holdings and Xcel Energy have joined AWWI for the remainder of 2016 as Friends, bringing the AWWI wind-wildlife...

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Predicting Eagles Collisions with Wind Turbines: The Science Just Got Better

(June 7, 2016) How can wildlife agencies, conservationists and wind energy developers predict the likelihood that an eagle will collide with a wind turbine?  A new scientific paper, sponsored...

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