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Anne Miller wrote:What studies have been done on the impact of wind turbines on birds and bats?

The first-year study of the “Maple Ridge” facility on the Tug Hill plateau of New York estimated that 2,000 to 4,000 birds and bats were killed by 120 turbines during the 5-month study period in 2006

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It would be interesting to compare that with how much wildlife and bird damage are caused by mountain top removal coal mining, or uranium mining and nuclear waste storage facility enviro damage.
 
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Troy Rhodes wrote:It would be interesting to compare that with how much wildlife and bird damage are caused by mountain top removal coal mining, or uranium mining and nuclear waste storage facility enviro damage.



 
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