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Toward Wildlife-Friendly Wind Power: A Focus on the Great Lakes Basin. Who should attend? •Local, state, provincial, federal and tribal agencies •Non-governmental organizations •Researchers studying fish and wildlife issues •Wind energy industry Conference sessions will focus on:

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Toward Wildlife-Friendly Wind Power:A Focus on the Great Lakes Basin

Who should attend?

•Local, state, provincial, federal and tribal agencies

•Non-governmental organizations

•Researchers studying fish and wildlife issues

•Wind energy industry

Conference sessions will focus on:

•Communicating information about potential wildlife concerns of wind power generation

•Sharing resources available to help make informed decisions about where wind power facilities should be located

•Advancing knowledge of land-based and offshore wind and wildlife, including impacts to wildlife, tools and techniques, risk and impact assessment, laws and regulations, siting protocols, and monitoring

•Developing consistent research and management approaches for resource managers, regulators, scientists, decision makers, the wind energy industry, conservationists, elected officials and other stakeholders

Hilton Toledo – Dana Conference Center

Toledo, Ohio

June 27-29, 2006

Organized by:

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

Great Lakes Basin Ecosystem Team

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Great Lakes National Program Office

Illinois Natural History Survey

U.S. Geological Survey

Registration information, agenda and conference updates will be online at:http://www.fws.gov/midwest/greatlakes


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