Wildlife studies in mid-Atlantic seen as crucial to offshore wind industry’s future

Greenwire: Each fall, the blackpoll warbler flies about 1,800 miles over the Atlantic -- potentially nonstop -- from the northeast United States to its winter home in South America. Around the same time, the critically endangered right whale migrates from the Gulf of Maine, where it feeds, as far south as Florida to give birth. The problem for biologists gathered at a conference here on offshore wind is not where the wildlife begins or ends its journeys -- it's how it gets there. The mystery could spell......

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