Wind Wildlife Research Virtual Meeting
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The biennial National Wind Coordinating Collaborative (NWCC) Wind Wildlife Research Meeting provides an internationally recognized forum for researchers and stakeholders to share and engage on the latest science focused on better understanding the risk of wind energy to wildlife and developing solutions to avoid, minimize, and offset impacts. The meeting also brings together thought leaders to discuss priority topics and themes in the wind-wildlife arena. This year’s all virtual meeting has live sessions Dec. 1-4 and will feature a panel on risk assessment and mitigation of habitat-based impacts of wind energy, including impacts to sagebrush species – see more details below. The meeting also features on-demand access to research presentations beginning in early November, a few of which are relevant to sagebrush species.