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January 17, 2013

Windfarms – Licence To Kill Eagles

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Federal officials have decided to let a proposed southeastern Minnesota wind farm pursue a permit that would allow for accidental deaths and injuries of bald eagles.

The worst-case scenario is that eight to 15 bald eagles per year would die as a result of the 48-turbine project New Era Wind Farm near Red Wing, the Fish and Wildlife Service said in a letter to state regulators Wednesday. Hundreds of thousands of birds die each year while flying through wind farms nationwide.

I highlighted the term worst-case scenario for the obvious reason it is a bald faced lie. A 2x larger wind farm in Ontario killed 1900 birds and bats in a 6 month period.

Wind Farms are an environmentalist / AGW cult approved mass bird slaughtering mechanism.

They should be ashamed. But they are liars and con men. And licensed to kill.

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3 Comments »

  1. Have a few ducks land in a tailing pond though…..and the world wide media cover of the slaughter!

    Comment by Lance — January 17, 2013 @ 6:41 PM | Reply

  2. [...] so much better for the environment than coal is right? Oops, Wind Turbines are documented to kill lots of birds cause health problems for people, require polluting rare earth to manufacture and as noted [...]

    Pingback by Can Green Energy Save The Planet From Climate Change? « orach24463 — January 24, 2013 @ 6:05 PM | Reply


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