Wedge-tailed eagles killed by wind turbines at Yaloak South wind farm in Moorabool Shire

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Updated January 15 2019 - 6:05pm, first published 5:00pm
TAKING FLIGHT: the wedge-tailed eagle is Australia's largest bird of prey and vulnerable to wind turbine strikes. Picture: Shutterstock/ Susan Flashman
TAKING FLIGHT: the wedge-tailed eagle is Australia's largest bird of prey and vulnerable to wind turbine strikes. Picture: Shutterstock/ Susan Flashman

Wedge-tailed eagles are falling foul of the giant, swift-moving wind turbine blades at Yaloak South wind farm near Ballan.

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Jolyon Attwooll

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Reporter at the Ballarat Courier. Ex-Londoner and former commissioning editor at The Telegraph (the UK broadsheet, not the Sydney tabloid).

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