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Wind Turbines Pose Threat to Golden Eagles

Over the past three decades, an average of 67 golden eagles have been killed per year by the thousands of Bay Area wind turbines.

6/7/2011

Over the past three decades, an average of 67 golden eagles have been killed per year by the thousands of wind turbines that provide energy to the Bay Area. Many biologists are worried about the future of the speices given the state's Governor Jerry Brown's April mandate that a third of the state's energy come from renewable sources by 2020.

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