A research debunks the interaction of the birds with the wind turbines.

A recent study of a group of researchers from the British Trust for Ornithology, in collaboration with the Islands Environmental Research Institute and the University of the Highlands, shown that 99% of the birds may be able to avoid the impact of the wind turbines.

The coveys can change their flight route to avoid collision with plants and some migrant species can change their habits and nest in safe spots in order to avoid harms.

The data contrast with the numbers made by detractors of renewable energy who identify the wind farms as responsable of the increased birds mortality.

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