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Avian Collision and Electrocution: An Annotated Bibliography
AVIAN COLLISION AND ELECTROCUTION: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY INTRODUCTION This project was initiated in response to numerous inquiries regarding avian collisions and electrocution mortalities at human-made structures. Problems caused by avian ...
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http://www.futureenergy.org
US state! US data source: Avian collisions with wind turbines Communication tower bird kills US study into birds kills with towers and ...
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Division of Migratory Bird Management, Bird Issues, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Service. Bird Issues All pdf documents best viewed with the free Adobe Reader 6. Avian Protection Plan (APP) Guidelines, Director's Endorsement memo and Press Release Aircraft-Wildlife ... Tower Site Evaluation Form West Nile Virus - Sources of Information Approved Nontoxic Shot Types Avian Collisions at Communication Towers -- Sources of Information Cats and Birds: A Deadly Combination Oil Field ...
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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Division of Migratory Bird Management, Bird Kill at Towersnd Birds: A Deadly Combination
AVIAN COLLISIONS AT COMMUNICATION TOWERS -- Sources of Information The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Division of Migratory Bird Management first focused in detail on the growing problem of bird collisions ... 2000 regarding avian collisions with communication towers, see http://migratorybirds.fws.gov/issues/towers/review.pdf For a review of literature from 1960 to 1998 regarding bird collisions with ...
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NWCC - Wildlife Workgroup
Questions November 2004 - 236KB PDF Avian Collisions with Wind Turbines: A Summary of Existing Studies and Comparisons to Other Sources of Avian Collision Mortality in the United ... Cooperation Agreement AFWA List of Existing Wind Power Siting Guidelines NREL Avian Site NREL Avian Publications Catalog Environment Canada Environment Canada is completing guidelines for environmental assessment ...
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NWCC - Wildlife/Wind Interaction Publications
Remaining Questions November 2004 - 236KB PDF Avian Collisions with Wind Turbines: A Summary of Existing Studies and Comparisons to Other Sources of Avian Collision Mortality in the United States ... 23, 2003 - Denver, CO Avian Work Group Meeting December 6, 2000 - Seattle, WA Avian Workgroup Meeting June 23, 1999 Avian Workgroup Meeting #8 November 5, 1997 National Avian/Wind Power Planning ...
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An Annotated Bibliography of Avian Interactions with Utility Structures
The on-line bibliography does not include avian ... line servicing a wind generator). It does not include papers or articles describing avian collisions with windows or buildings unless they are related to electrical transmission or distribution. ...
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How do I keep birds from flying into my windows? - Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota
While there are many solutions to the problem of window collisions, there isn't ... a window feeder on your window will actually decrease collisions, but having bird feeders a few feet from your window will increase collisions. The reason for this is that a feeder placed ...
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De Wildt Cheetah and Wildlife Trust, North West Province, South Africa
Disturbance at colonies Illegal collection for traditional medicine IMPORTANCE OF VULTURES Vultures, and other avian scavengers play a very important ecological role in clearing the veld of carcasses. ... vulture numbers have declined rapidly due to the severity of injuries resulting from powerline collisions or electrocutions. Vultures use electricity poles and towers for perches from which to ...
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Science and the Environment Bulletin: Watching Whoopers: Monitoring Crucial To Recovery
Since recovery efforts began, the whooping crane population ... factors--such as competition for food or habitat, severe weather, natural predators, parasites, and collisions with vehicles--become increasingly important. Because wildlife populations are influenced by a combination ...
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