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The US Interior Department (DOI) is extending by six-fold up to 30 years the term of permits that allow for the incidential killing and injuring of bald and golden eagles at wind farms and other renewable energy facilities.

DOI broadens eagle kill law

The US Interior Department (DOI) is extending by six-fold up to 30 years the term of permits that allow for the incidential killing and injuring of bald and golden eagles at wind farms and other renewable energy facilities.

The US Interior Department (DOI) is extending by six-fold up to 30 years the term of permits that allow for the incidential killing and injuring of bald and golden eagles at wind farms and other renewable energy facilities.