Wind turbines 'attract' EU-protected bats

The EU-protected Pipistrelle bat may be attracted to wind farms, raising question marks over the efficacy of environmental impacts when locating turbines away from bat roosts, new research shows

by James Agyepong-Parsons
Common Pipistrelle bats account for more than half of all bat fatalities at turbine sites across Europe (pic: Wikipedia Commons/Tisserant)
Common Pipistrelle bats account for more than half of all bat fatalities at turbine sites across Europe (pic: Wikipedia Commons/Tisserant)

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