I have a lot of birds (& wildlife) around my house, will the solar panels injure them?

I have a lot of birds (& wildlife) around my house, will the solar panels injure them?

The presence of PV panels on a roof—whether on a house, office building, or other structure—doesn’t disrupt wildlife habitat and takes advantage of already-built space.
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