[Tweeters] Acoustic Scarecrows: A Humane, Non-Lethal Way To Reduce Bird Strikes?

Devorah the Ornithologist birdologist at gmail.com
Mon Apr 18 23:56:43 PDT 2016


Hello everyone,

I wrote and published a piece that will greatly interest everyone here,
particularly those who are conflicted about the use of green technologies,
such as wind and solar, which tend to kill birds and bats.

Acoustic Scarecrows: A Humane, Non-Lethal Way To Reduce Bird Strikes?
http://blogs.forbes.com/grrlscientist/?p=2122

This newsstory discusses an innovative technology that uses a non-lethal
method to convince birds and wildlife to stay away from airports, and other
places where they're not wanted. This "acoustic scarecrow" thereby reduces
the risk of a bird or wildlife strike, with an annual savings of millions
of dollars, and hundreds of human lives.

cheers!

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