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Stable hydrogen isotope analyses conducted on eagle feathers clearly show that at least 26 percent of the individuals killed at APWRA
were recent long-distance immigrants to the population, most from distances over 62 miles away, said David Nelson, head of the Central Appalachian Stable Isotope Facility at the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, and co-author on the paper.
Their conclusion: "Over the past 15 years, the risk to birds of turbine-caused fatalities increased substantially in the APWRA.
and the Danish company NEG Micon A/S for their role in killing protected birds in the APWRA.