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  • ... and John Locher, published Monday, fueled the new dispute with this sentence, early in the piece: "Estimates [ of birds ... solid? Answering that question is, frankly, above ReWire's pay grade. Take a figure accompanying Smallwood's explanation of ...
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  • ... are what are, in our view, the five most important stories ReWire worked on in 2013. Each of them will likely continue to be ... and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently made news by offering wind developers 30-year permits to kill bald and ...
  • ... numbers of injured birds is certainly welcome news on the face of it, if the project poses a special risk to ... whether the plant was generating concentrated solar flux over a similar time period in November as in October, but as deaths from ...
  • ... National Fish and Wildlife Forensics Laboratory, which ReWire reported on in April , suggested that actual levels of ... birds ), may be ambulatory enough to glide or walk over the property line indicating a need to include adjacent land in carcass ...
  • ... considering it application for a Riverside County Project, ReWire spotted something interesting. The company seems to be throwing its ... Solar is building a few miles away from Palen will go over . In any event, there's one thing PSH says in its reply brief that ...
  • ... with injuries from concentrated "solar flux." As ReWire reported last month, Ivanpah workers found an injured ... of seven of the birds . Which means that pending news on the fate of the yellowthroat, at least 12 of the birds ...
  • ... solar power plant in the California desert, and it's bad news : 97 birds were found killed or mortally injured between April 1 ... be at least partly a statistical artifact: sources tell ReWire that biologists from the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) were on ...
  • ... one of the species commonly recovered dead at Ivanpah | Photo:  eugene beckes /Flickr/ Creative Commons License ... intense flux zones. If true that would be troubling news for Ivanpah's owners, as well as for the owners of the proposed ...
  • ... /Flickr/ Creative Commons License   ReWire reported earlier this month that early September was tough on ... full data set is in, and it's not particularly good news . According to compliance documents the plant's owners filed with the ...

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