Biglow Canyon Wind Facility - Eagle Incidental Take Permit

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Location/Size: Sherman County, OR. Project consists of 217 wind turbines

Eagle Take Permit Issued/Expires: 5/22/2020 - 1/31/2050

Authorized Take:  39 Golden Eagles and 20 Bald Eagles over 30 years

Mitigation Required:  172 to 555 pole retrofits, 30-year or 10-year retrofit longevity, respectively

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A large raptor, the bald eagle has a wingspread of about seven feet. Adults have a dark brown body and wings, white head and tail, and a yellow beak. Juveniles are mostly brown with white mottling on the body, tail, and undersides of wings. Adult plumage usually is obtained by the sixth year. In...

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