While wind turbines generate clean power, they can be deadly to birds. Eric Stavney writes about how researchers reduced deaths of some species at one facility in Norway by painting one blade per turbine black. His story for The Norweigan American discusses why birds may be flying into turbines and how this and related methods may help them avoid this fate. Image: Kim Hansen, Wikimedia Commons
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