Tag: Bats - Page 3

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    Bat House Competition Winner Chosen

    October 21, 8:34 AM by Lloyd Alter in Sustainable Product Design

    Bonnie previously covered the Bat house Competition, "to design a wildlife-friendly house for bats. The project connects the worlds of art and ecology and encourages the public’s involvement with ecology issues. The winning entry will be built at the

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    Like A Bat Outta Heaven

    August 31, 9:41 AM by Karin Kloosterman in Natural Sciences

    Mosquito season has been a bit out of whack in Tel Aviv for the past few years. Instead of dying down, as they normally should, swarms of them are lingering on in bedrooms and come nightfall are attacking with a vengeance. Some locals report using

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    Coal State Rep Worried About Bats and Birds

    June 3, 3:21 PM by Lloyd Alter in Corporate Responsibility

    We are positively touched by the new environmental concern shown by West Virginia Rep Nick Rahall. Why, he is just beside himself with concern that wind turbines might be hurting bats and birds, and is pushing for legislation that would more strictly

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    Bat House Project

    March 6, 8:14 AM by Bonnie Alter in Natural Sciences

    Jeremy Deller, an English artist, has become bat happy. He made an award-winning film which ended with a shot of millions of bats swooping in the Texas sky (pictured) and as a result of this fascination, he is now organizing a competition to design a

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    Feeling Better About Birds Bats & Offshore Wind

    February 14, 7:24 AM by John Laumer in Corporate Responsibility

    A Danish study Lloyd posted about in 2005 has been updated, and the findings are positive. An infrared collision-detection system developed by Denmark's National Environmental Research Institute has documented that birds are not at serious risk from


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