RSPB to clarify wind farm opposition

James S Murray
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New map will show wind farm developers areas where lobby group feels birds would be at risk from new turbines

The Royal Society for the Protection for Birds (RSPB) has revealed that is working on a map of the UK designed to make it easier for wind farm developers to select sites where the risk to birdlife will...

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