Both bird watchers and politicians are rejoicing at the cancellation of plans for 350 large wind turbines within the view of Sejerø’s picturesque coastline.
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A young eagle was cut in two by a spinning windmill in Skagen. Danish Ornithological Society is in turmoil and believes that poorly sited wind turbines may cost several birds. The dead bird with a wingspan of 2.25 meters was found on the ground Sunday morning.
The slain young eagle was likely one of the six white-tailed eagles in a row, "said Pedersen, who follows bird migration in Skagen daily.
They introduced the world to "environmentally friendly" energy, but now some of Europe's "greenest" countries are under pressure to backtrack on wind farms as public anger grows over their impact on the countryside.