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Development by Design: Mitigating Wind Development's Impacts on Wildlife in Kansas

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Key habitats in Kansas.

A) Intact grasslands. Light green for grasslands 50–95% intact, darker green for grasslands >95% intact. Blue lines show boundaries for shortgrass, mixed grass, tallgrass ecoregions. B) Prairie-chicken range and optimal habitat for greater and lesser prairie-chickens. C) Playas and the western edge of the whooping crane migration corridor. D) Repeated whooping crane stopover sites, Cheyenne Bottoms and Quivira National Wildlife Refuge with a 16 km buffer, and Red/Gypsum Hills bat roosts with a 24 km buffer.

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