Birds of prey 'attracted to offshore wind turbines'

Reports that scientists have found that birds of prey 'such as harriers, falcons and sparrowhawks face a serious risk of crashing into offshore wind turbines as they migrate over water' feature in today's newspaper round-up.

by Michael Donnelly

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