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Why is one older person dying every seven minutes during the winter?

Special tip o’ the hat to “A New Little Ice Age Has Started“. Nordic countries have much harsher conditions in the cold months, yet mortality rates are lower than in the UK Dawn Foster — The Guardian — January 20, 2016 Over the last four winters, according to the latest official figures, nearly 120,000 people […]

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The Canadian MSM is Starting to Pay Attention! Wind Farms Killing Thousands of Bats

Tip o’ the hat to M.K. Barton for this article. Sheila Pratt — National Post — November 19, 2014 EDMONTON — Thousands of bats die on southern Alberta wind farms each year, but it’s unclear what effect that is having on the overall population, says Canada’s foremost bat expert, Robert Barclay. Most of the bats […]

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Eagles killed by Palm Springs windmills raise concerns

Ian James — The Desert Sun — July 7, 2014 When eagles fly over San Gorgonio Pass, they confront a barrage of deadly obstacles among the whirring blades of windmills. It’s unclear how many birds are killed, but federal officials say the wind turbines here and at other wind farms are taking a significant toll. […]

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Continuing Lies My Wind Rep Told Me: Wind Industry Takes Eagle Fatalities Seriously

In a possible continuing series on the constant lies and misleading information the wind industry reps put out, todays article  is by the VP of public affairs for the AWEA.  Perhaps due to the mounting pressure from bird conservation groups, they must feel the need to start doing some damage control. What is interesting, is […]

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Fox News Videos: Bird Deaths at Wind Farms

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The Bird Societies are Finally Starting to Wake Up — Bird Deaths More Than Thought

BirdWatch News — July 21, 2013 New research from the United States indicates that bird deaths from wind farm collisions may have been underestimated by up to 30 per cent. After the sad death of the White-throated Needletail on Harris, Outer Hebrides, on 26 June when it hit the shaft of a wind turbine on […]

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Jim Wiegand: More fraud perpetrated by the wind industry

Everyone in the Northeast and on up into Ontario needs to pay very close attention to what I am about to disclose. For me it is the single biggest reason for a moratorium on wind projects in Vermont as well as the rest of North America. In my opinion the millions of bird deaths that […]

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How the wind industry misleads the public on the number of eagle deaths each year

Chris Clarke — REWIRE — October 30, 2012 A California eagle biologist says that a wind power project in eastern San Diego County may pose a serious threat to golden eagles in the Anza Borrego region. The Tule Wind Power Project, approved earlier this year by San Diego County’s Board of Supervisors, would place close […]

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“Technology that kills thousands of birds is not clean”

Dr. S. Smallwood,  Biologist, has collected data on the bird fatalities at Altamont Pass since 1999. Click on the link and watch the disturbing video regarding what these bird Cuisinarts are doing to our feathered co-habitants of this planet. Click here to watch video

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Researchers aim to lessen clash between raptors, wind turbines

Phys.org — April 20, 2012 Golden eagles love Pennsylvania’s ridge-and-valley region. The hunched-up topography, with its long linear corridors running southwest to northeast, makes a perfect thruway for their spring and fall migrations. Sustained updrafts along the ridge crests are a particular boon to these and other large raptors, who rely on lift for soaring […]

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