• A new study suggests a way to stop seabirds from colliding with wind turbines: painting a black-and-white pattern on all three blades and the pylon to produce a flickering effect.
  • This strategy has yet to be tested or implemented, but experts believe it has promise and would create its desired effect.
  • However, getting approval for painting wind turbines can be difficult, and this mitigation strategy might generate the unintended effect of displacing seabirds, one expert says.
  • It’s estimated that wind turbines kill thousands of birds in the U.K. alone. https://news.mongabay.com/…/whats-black-and-white-and…/

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