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New research indicates wind farms safe for northeast B.C. birds

Photo courtesy UNBC Centre for Wind Energy and the Environment

New research from the University of Northern British Columbia indicates that wind farms built in the mountains of northeastern B.C. have very little effect on local birds and bats. Listen to Ken Otter explain his research:

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Learn more about wind energy research on the website for UNBC's Centre for Wind Energy and the Environment.

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