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Since some bird species while flying do not notice protective conductors, they easily collide with the conductors and get injured. To protect birds, we installed black and white flags which move due to the winds.
Since some bird species while flying do not notice protective conductors that are the tallest and least noticeable (because they are thinner), they easily collide with the conductors and get injured. To protect birds, we installed black and white flags which move due to the winds on protective conductors on individual sections of newer overhead power lines. Birds more easily notice them and can therefore avoid them.
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