No. the turbulent disturbance in front of a car, like that in front of a wind mill, is roughly than same scale size as the object causing it. In the cars case the bird had less than 22 feet of turbulence in front of the car moving at the bird at 88 feet per second (60mph) so no more than 0.25 seconds for the bird to take evasive action. In the case of a large commercial power generating wind mill, the bird notices the turbulence at least 200 hundred feet in front of the machine and has at least 40 times more time to avoid flying into the relatively slowly turning blades. That is why it is extremely rare for a commercial wind mill to kill a bird - much less than one per year.