The Problem with Wind Farms: All Those Dead Birds

A U.S. House committee wants to see documents related to charges the Obama administration is more concerned about protecting the wind-farm industry than eagles and other protected birds.

The birds die in the rotors of the giant turbines that dot the U.S. landscape, particularly in the Southwest.

A birding activist in New Mexico wants to get to the bottom of the controversy.

“It’s inexcusable that any industry could have a pass to kill without recompense,” said Gail Garber of Albuquerque.

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