California's attempts to switch to green energy have inadvertently put the survival of the state’s golden eagles at risk.
Scores of the protected birds have been dying each year after colliding with the blades of about 5,000 wind turbines‘It would take 167 pairs of local nesting golden eagles to produce enough young to compensate for their mortality rate related to wind energy production,’ field biologist Doug Bell, manager of East Bay Regional Park District's wildlife programme, told the Los Angeles Times. ‘We only have 60 pairs,’ he added'Well, if no one saw it...it didn't happen‘A wind farm owner once told me that if there were no witnesses, it would be impossible to prove a bird had been killed by a wind turbine blade'
Monday, June 6, 2011
Waiting for the green on green action to slowly unfold
Wind farms are
good .... bad....good for the environment.
Somebody managed to catch this one on video:
I found some incentive for the bird loving greens to do some video work against those evil wind farm
greens capitalists from teh law.