U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Seeks Public Comment on Scope of Environmental Review of Eagle Permit Application for Pacific Gas & Electric Company

Public Scoping Meeting Set for May 21 in Sacramento

-Click here to download the News Release

-Click here to view the Federal Register notice





In Memoriam


John M. Bridges, Retired

Western Area Power Administration

Lakewood, CO


On June 17, 2014 APLIC celebrated its 25th Anniversary at the Pepco Art Gallery in Washington, DC.


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Click here to view more photos of the 25th Anniversary celebration event.


APLIC Releases Eagle/Power Pole Modification Guidance Document

APLIC has produced a document, Developing Power Pole Modification Agreements for Compensatory Eagle Mitigation for Wind Energy Projects, intended to provide considerations and guidance for electric utilities, wind companies, and agencies working on power pole modification agreements for compensatory mitigation for eagle take at wind facilities.

To download the document, click here: APLIC PPM Guidance


Please visit the website for updates on events throughout the year, including:

  • Upcoming workshops in Texas, South Dakota, Utah, and California

  • APLIC presentations at various wildlife and industry conferences 


APLIC Participates in Trumpeter Swan Society Conference

APLIC was a sponsor and led a session on avian interactions with power lines and associated infrastructure, including methods to minimize swan/power line collisions at the 23rd Trumpeter Swan Society Conference/5th International Swan Symposium.  For more information, check out the Trumpeter Swan Society's newsletter:




APLIC Membership

APLIC members include over 50 electric utilities in the United States and Canada as well as the Edison Electric Institute, National Rural Electrical Cooperative Association, Rural Utilities Service, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.