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EcoAlert --New Research Shows Wind Energy Fields Fatal to Golden Eagles and Migratory Birds (VIEW VIDEO)

According to the study published in the journal Conservation Biology, a team of researchers from Purdue University has discovered that wind energy fields could kill birds not local to the area including large species including endangered golden eagles. In order...
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