After careful consideration of long-term economic crises and ecological impact of fossil resources, green and sustainable energy resources have gained preference. Wind energy has been endorsed as an emission-free, green, and sustainable, thus supported by state appropriations. However, many avian fatalities at utility-scale wind energy amenities, particularly along forested and habitations globally. These mortalities raise serious concerns about the increasing pace of projected wind energy development on ecological beings. This mini overview discusses current developments of wind energy developments, its increasing trend, and the adverse ecological impacts, that is, noise, visual, deforestation, and land erosion. Moreover, possible solutions to those aforementioned adverse ecological impacts on wind power production facilities are also given. In this context, considering the research needs, decision-makers, developers, and other stakeholders should work closely to standardize the policies to minimize the negative environmental impact of this natural source of energy.