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N.C. wind project could kill eagles

Several of America's finest national wildlife refuges - Pocosin Lakes, Alligator River and Lake Mattamuskeet - in concert with local landowners, provide the winter base from which these incredible animals can fly ...Remarkably, if the project moves ahead, the migratory swans, geese, ducks, and raptors may return to their winter Carolina home in a year or two to find 49 spinning turbines, each the height of the Washington Monument.
28 Jun 2012

US Fish and Wildlife Service comments on Invenergy's proposed Pantego Wind Energy

Fws-pantego_thumb Invenergy proposed the Pantego project in September 2011. The 49-turbine project, each standing 492-feet tall, was approved by the North Carolina Utilities Commission in March 2012 but encountered objections from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the military. This letter was sent by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service regarding impacts to migrating birds.
6 Dec 2011

https://www.windaction.org/posts?location=North+Carolina&p=6&topic=Impact+on+Birds
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