It's a very grim case of `we told you so'. The White-tailed Eagle Haliaeetus albicilla population on the Smøla archipelago in Norway has been decimated by an ill-advised windfarm. This year, only one eagle is expected to fledge from the windfarm site on the bird's former stronghold of Smøla, a set of islands about 10 km off the coast of northwest Norway. Turbine blades have killed nine


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