Summary of Article:
Researchers in Britain recently have discovered that the wind turbines they are using to generate energy is actually killing the bats in the area. Bats are drawn to these machines, either by the sound the machines produce or the fact that bugs are trapped in the wind blade's air movements, allowing the bats to have easy access to food. The bats fly into the blades and plunder to the ground, dead. Whatever the reason for them attracted to these machines, these bats are being killed by the huge propellers of the turbines. Researchers have concluded that wind power companies, although efficient, should take action to minimize the damage to bats.