The aversive effect of electromagnetic radiation on foraging bats – a possible means of discouraging bats from approaching wind turbines.
The article below seems to be misplaced in 'Conservation Magazine' (A publication of the Society for Conservation Biology). The article says - 'One possibility is that bats can “hear” the radar pulses, causing stress or hampering their ability to hunt for prey'.
Although EMR may save bats from the quick death from a wind turbine, what will it do in the long term?
Perhaps the great increase in electro magnetic radiation throughout North America is why millions of bats are dying of a strange new illness that also causes them to starve to death. Perhaps the magazine should be advocating safe levels of EMR so that the bats can feed and live safely.
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