Study finds that wind turbines' color is a factor in bird, bat deaths

10/15/2010 | BBC

Wind turbines painted white or gray attract insects, which then draw in the birds and bats that commonly feed on the bugs, according to a new study. A previous study had shown that bat deaths due to wind turbines occur at night and in the summer, two times when insects are out in abundance.

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