Bird-Smart Wind in ABC Press

 

Leading Bird Group Wants New DOI Secretary to Review Possible Revised Rule Weakening Eagle Protections for Wind Industry

 

Potential Whooping Crane Deaths Demand EIS for North Dakota Wind Project, Groups Say

 

Conservation Groups Call for Changes at Nation's Most Deadly Wind Turbines

 

American Bird Conservancy and Biodiversity Conservation Alliance Statement on the Interior Department "Authorization" of the 1,000-Turbine, Chokecherry-Sierra Madre Wind Farm in Wyoming

 

Federal Agencies Sued Over Failure to Disclose Correspondence with Wind Industry - Promise of Government Transparency Not Being Met

 

New Map to Help Reduce Bird Mortality From Wind Development

 

Proposed Federal Rule Change Will Lead to More Dead Eagles at Wind Energy Projects

 

New Voluntary Wind Guidelines Will Fail to Protect Birds, Says Leading Bird Conservation Group

 

Leading Bird Conservation Group Says Wind Eagle Take Permit Not Justified

 

Leading Bird Conservation Group Responds to Proposed Eagle Take Permit

 

BLM Proposes Wind Energy Development Zones that Could Benefit Birds

 

Leading Bird Conservation Group Formally Petitions Feds to Regulate Wind Industry

 

Proposed Wind Farm in Washington's Most Important Marbled Murrelet Area Scrubbed

 

Massive Bird Kill at West Virginia Wind Farm Highlights National Issue

 

Latest Federal Guidelines Fail to Make Wind Power Bird-Smart, Break Federal Laws, and Rely on Unlikely Voluntary Compliance

 

Oil Companies Prosecuted for Avian Deaths but Wind Companies Kill Birds With Impunity

 

Federal Plan Could Determine Fate of Whooping Cranes in Wind Development Corridor: Local Residents Urged to Get Involved

 

Agency Scientists Overruled by Energy Industry Pressure, New Wind Guidelines a Step Backwards for Wildlife

 

Conservation Groups, Thousands of Citizens Call on Feds to Protect Birds from Wind Turbines

 

Dramatic Video Shows Bird Strike at Wind Turbine: One Bird Currently Killed Every Minute by Wind Power

 

Bird Group Says Cancellation of North Dakota Wind Farm Reflects Seriousness of Bird Issues

 

Call for Public Debate on Wind Power after Misleading Industry Release on Bird Deaths

 

New Federal Guidelines on Wind Farm Will Not Stop Bird Deaths

 

Wind Power Could Kill Millions of Birds Per Year by 2030

 

Wind Development Threatens Iconic American Birds

 

Senate Asked to Require Wind Energy Producers to Comply With Federal Laws as Part of Tax Grants for Renewable Energy

 

Voluntary Federal Wind Farm Guideline Insufficient to Prevent Bird Impacts Says Bird Conservation Group

 

American Bird Conservancy to Launch Campaign to Reduce Wind Turbine Risks to Birds

 

Scientists to Investigate Impacts of Wind Energy on Migratory Wildlife: Industry and conservation representatives set research priorities

 

Progress on Protecting Birds from Wind Turbine Collisions

 

Making Wind Energy Green; Video News Report and Act for Songbirds Commercials Now Online

 

Conservationists Develop New Guidelines to Reduce Wind Farm Bird Deaths

 

Renewal of Tax Credits for Wind Energy Should Require Protections for Birds and Bats