Articles filed under Impact on Bats from Kansas

FHSU prof: Bats facing killoffs from wind turbines, disease

Adams said bats are being killed by the millions by wind turbines. ...the bats are drawn to the turbines, where they are either struck or killed by a low pressure field that surrounds the turbines. “When you go out and you are driving and you think ‘How majestic,’ in my head I think ‘It is a death count,’ ” Adams said. “It’s really awful.”
6 Feb 2019

Bats' decline could cost Midwestern farmers billions

Though finding an Indiana bat might slam the brakes on a proposed wind farm, the presence of other bat species isn't likely to impede development. "There's a gradient of contribution and acceptance of wildlife impacts and what companies are doing about it," said Ed Arnett, a researcher participating in the Bats Wind Energy Cooperative.
13 Sep 2011

http://www.windaction.org/posts?location=Kansas&topic=Impact+on+Bats&type=Article
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