Wedge-Tail Wipeout: Tasmanian Wind Farms Threaten Eagle Extinction

  Cars, cats and skyscrapers don’t kill Eagles, but 60 m wind turbine blades with their tips travelling at 350 Kph routinely smash them out of existence. In Australia’s designated National Park, Tasmania, its peculiar species of Wedge-Tailed Eagle is both rare and endangered. Now it faces the existential threat of ever more and even […]

Licenced to Kill: Government Endorses Wind Industry’s Rampant Eagle Slaughter

When it comes to killing majestic raptors, ‘green’ hypocrisy is the new black. Apex avian predators are top of the food chain for 60 m wind turbine blades with their outer tips travelling at over 350 Kph. RE zealots seem untroubled by the carnage. The usual nonsense retort is that cats, motorcars or skyscrapers kill […]

Wind Farms: ‘Blending’ ‘Green’ Dreams with Wholesale Avian Slaughter

*** The rampant slaughter of millions of birds and bats – including rare, endangered and majestic species, like America’s iconic bald and golden eagles – is one of the many ‘inconvenient’ facts that moves the wind industry to lie like fury and – when the corpses can no longer be hidden and the lying fails […]

Bird Carcass Count proves AGL’s Macarthur Wind Farm is an Avian Slaughterhouse

**** Wind farm turbines take toll on birds of prey The Australian Graham Lloyd 22 September 2014 EAGLES, falcons and other raptors make up to a third of the estimated 1500 birds killed each year at Australia’s biggest wind farm. The finding of an independent report for Macarthur Wind Farm operator AGL follows 12 monthly […]

Wind Farms: Where Eagles Dare

**** Driven to extinction, reintroduced … now wind farms threaten sea eagles Herald Scotland Rob Edwards 25 May 2014 A senior member of bird charity RSPB Scotland has called for more careful consideration of wind farm planning after it emerged a wind turbine was officially blamed for killing a rare sea eagle. The Sunday Herald […]

Better Angry than Dead

The one thing that really messes with the greentard “mind” – for what it is – is the FACT that millions of birds and bats get clobbered and sliced every year by giant fans – hard to claim wind power is clean and “green” when the ground is littered with feathery carcasses. Brett Lane calls […]