Wind Farms Leave Most Birds Unaffected

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Wind Farms Leave Most Birds Unaffected

A study published in the Journal Of Applied Ecology of 10 bird species on the site of a newly constructed wind farm showed that most populations were unaffected by the operating turbines. What do you think?

  • "But what of our nation's precious kite population?"

    Oren Minett
    Systems Analyst
  • "Well then, that completely meritless class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of that giant bobolink flock should be thrown out immediately."

    Chloe Jackson
    Vortex Operator
  • "'Most birds were unaffected?' I just rediscovered my love of science."

    Keith Lawrie
    Uniform-Cap Operator
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