Wind Turbines Take Steep Toll On Birds And Bats
Published on Oct 10, 2012
Mounting evidence that expanding "wind farms" are taking a toll on airborne wildlife. Thousands of birds and bats are killed every year by collisions with the the wind towers and their giant blades. As VOA's Zulima Palacio reports, environmental activists are taking the wind energy industry to court to find a solution.
Thousands of birds and bats are killed each year by spinning industrial wind turbine blades. Iberdrola will seek a "take" permit to kill species such as the American bald eagles in the North Ridge Industrial Wind Project proposed for our towns.
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Dear NextEra, Destroy the eagle nest, just do it by Sunday. ~ Love, Ministry of Natural Resources
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Bird vs Wind Turbine FAIL! - Uploaded on Oct 29, 2009
"Wind turbines are causing unprecedented numbers of bat fatalities."
- Paul Cryan et al., Proc.
Natl. Acad. Sci. USA,
September 29, 2014
Uploaded on Aug 21, 2011
Green Energy Hypocrisy: "California's wind farms kill more than 80 Eagles per year and thousands of other birds daily, prompting calls by environmental groups for better wind power management..." (Fox News Video)
INDUSTRIAL WIND QUOTE:
SPINNING BLADES AND VIBRATION
BIG WIND vs. BIRDS & BATS
Published on Dec 5, 2009
The Golden Eagle along with thousand of other birds are killed yearly by wind turbines at Altamont Pass. Dr. Shawn Smallwood, Biologist, has collected data on the bird fatalities at Altamont Pass since 1999. He is convinced that the process of approving Wind Farms in rural communities has become corrupt.
What you need to know about Industrial Wind Farms
Published on Oct 29, 2015
California’s Altamont Pass wind farms are famous for killing hundreds of raptors each year, including an estimated 35 golden eagles. Biologists are studying how golden eagles fly through the wind farms. The information is helping companies place their wind turbines out of the birds’ way.
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