• New Fact Sheet on Greater Sage-Grouse

    New in 2017! This fact sheet provides an overview of current knowledge on greater sage-grouse ecology, status, conservation challenges, and current conservation efforts, and presents a summary of recent research findings on the interactions between sage-grouse and wind energy development.

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  • 11th Wind Wildlife Research Meeting a Record-Setting Success

    The meeting was packed with research offering progress and solutions that balance both wind energy development and wildlife conservation.

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  • Summary of Wind-Wildlife Interactions

    Updated for 2017! AWWI's “Wind Turbine Interactions with Wildlife and their Habitats” summarizes publicly available information about the adverse impacts of land-based wind power on wildlife in North America and the status of our knowledge regarding how to avoid or minimize these impacts.

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  • Marking 22 Years of Progress in Wind/Wildlife Research

    What are the current trends in wind/wildlife research? How far has the science come since NWCC convened its first research meeting in 1994? Wind Wildlife Research Meetings tell the story.

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  • Watch Recordings of Recent Webinars

    The most recent NWCC webinar featured a summary of the latest knowledge on wind-wildlife interactions. Watch the recording and access the presentations and publications under previous webinars.

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  • Explore Wind-Wildlife Resources

    Visit the resources section to explore federal, state, and other wind-wildlife resources. This section provides links to information such as the U.S. DOE Wind Program and U.S. FWS wind energy development information.

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  • Access Wind-Wildlife Tools

    Visit the tools page to access tools, including mapping and decision support tools and fatality estimators.

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The NWCC is co-funded by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Wind and Water Technologies Program through the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI), which facilitates the NWCC.