Better data holds key to saving airborne wildlife

WORLDWIDE: Technology such as thermal imaging and motion sensor-triggered warning noises are among scientists' attempts to minimise harm to birds and bats around wind farms. But much more research is needed, especially around animal behaviour offshore.

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