Wind Turbines are sprouting like mushrooms after rain.
This videoclip from last week shows Woljong-ri, NE Jeju.
It is well known that these structures form potentially lethal obstacles for birds, particularly in migration corridors.
I wonder if there is any monitoring of these and other turbines to assess their impact- on birds and the environment.
(posted by Tim Edelsten on 15/5/2014)
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