Avian Monitoring Study and Risk Assessment for the Shiloh Wind Power Project Solano County, California

Report

Title: Avian Monitoring Study and Risk Assessment for the Shiloh Wind Power Project Solano County, California
Publication Date:
April 01, 2006
Pages: 73
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Citation

Kerlinger, P.; Curry, R.; Wilkerson, C.; Culp, L.; Hasch, A.; Jain, A. (2006). Avian Monitoring Study and Risk Assessment for the Shiloh Wind Power Project Solano County, California. Report by Curry & Kerlinger LLC. pp 73.
Abstract: 

This report summarizes information pulled together from several studies conducted over the last several years within the Collinsville Montezuma Hills Wind Resource Area in conjunction with a study of avian abundance and behavior patterns (November 12, 2005 through March 24, 2006) at the Shiloh II Wind Power Project in the Collinsville Montezuma Hills Wind Resource Area (CMHWRA), Solano County, California. This data was compared to data collected in the months of November through March at adjacent project areas. All of the data was examined in the context of the findings of a two year post construction survey of the High Winds Wind Farm where risk has been empirically determined. In addition a raptor nesting survey with a special focus on Golden Eagle nesting was conducted for the developer in 2005.

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