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Resource ID: #13047
Subject: Environment
Source: SF Weekly
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S.F. Weekly examines how windmills, long hailed as a nonpolluting, renewable electricity source, are killing thousands of birds worldwide. Among the victims are red-tailed hawks, American kestrels, turkey vultures assorted owls and federally protected species like Aquila chrysaetos, the golden eagle. It turns out the Bay Area--specifically Altamount Pass in the hills above Livermore--is the windmill bird-death capital of America. (March 29 - April 4, 1995)

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