I don't have any around me, but I can't see birds really "wanting" to get down anywhere around one.. That is an interesting observation..
If I ask a question, I don't want your opinion. I want facts. Don't tell me something you think, tell me something you know. It's easier to say I don't know, than make something up. Although, being a forum the next guy will know more no matter what.
luie b wrote:They say birds do hit them occasionally but you're crazy and full of excuses if you believe they are the reason you don't see many ducks some days.
HS friend is a wind energy engineer and always tells me stories about many birds they find under the turbines. Quite the uproar with local residents over them. I don't believe it stops the migration, but detours them for sure.
They have no effect what so ever. Horicon Marsh has thousands of windfarms on it and it holds more ducks now than in the 70's. There are more duck now than ever. There may be other issues but this is not it.