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Tag Archives: Bats
By Howard Meyerson Lansing, MI – Michigan wind farm operators looking to assess the wildlife impacts of their operations by collecting the carcasses of birds and bats killed or injured by wind turbines can now get a state wildlife salvage … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson LANSING, MI – Michigan wind power operators may soon be able to get a state permit to collect and count the number of birds and bats that are injured and killed by turbines each year, but they … Continue reading
I suppose it shouldn’t come as a surprise. We’re warned all the time about the possibility that various diseases can be spread in close, confined quarters like airplanes which have less than ideal air circulation and filtration. But scientists are … Continue reading
Muskegon’s 110,000 acre Wastewater treatment facility, a popular site for birdwatchers and goose hunters, may become the home to a new wind farm in 2014. County officials signed a lease Thursday afternoon that gives Gamesa Energy USA, a subsidiary of … Continue reading
White-nose syndrome, the fungal condition that has been killing bats in the United States, continues to spread, BBC News reported today The current toll is estimated at 5.5 million bats in 20 states. New is a finding that the fungus … Continue reading