Public urged to report all bird strikes
A new system to monitor the number of birds killed by wind turbines has been set up in Scotland.
Scottish Natural Heritage will document the number of avian accidents caused by the towering structures.
Current figures for such collisions are seen as incomplete, with hopes that the new system, which will encourage members of the public to report such accidents, will give a clearer picture of the issue.
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