Platte River Power Lines Get New Technology To Prevent Collision With Sandhill Cranes | NebraskNews

They plan to conduct a second study this season. Starting this week, researchers from Rowe Sanctuary and the Crane Trust, along with the volunteers, will board the tents an hour before sunset and stay five hours looking at the power lines.

They will do this almost every night until the third week of April, with the ultraviolet lights off half the time, Hegg said.

They will track more of the collisions.

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“We will record the types of reactions,” he said. “The whole flock climbs gradually …

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