BRWRABlue Range Wolf Recovery Area (United States Fish & Wildlife Service; Arizona)
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Consequently, these projections should be considered a conservative estimate of mortality at the BRWRA.
While we have no direct evidence of weather related mortality at the BRWRA, rain and heavy fog occurred at the BRWRA immediately before the recoveries of an American coot and an ovenbird (respectively), possibly contributing indirectly to their demise.
Due to the small number of dead birds found during mortality plot searches at the BRWRA, it is not possible to determine if any particular species or group of birds is disproportionately susceptible to collisions with wind turbines (see Osborn et al., 1998).