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HIDING MORTALITY: THE WOLFE ISLAND SLAUGHTER

Jim Wiegand, wildlife biologist — East County Magazine — September 28, 2013 While Altamont Pass operators have been hiding most of their wind turbine mortality with search intervals of 30-90 days, the rest of North American wind farms hide mortality by using search areas that are far too small. By using only 50 meter search […]

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Hiding wind turbine bird slaughter — What tricks does the wind industry use?

How bad is the slaughter, really? What tricks does the wind industry use to hide it? Jim Wiegand A “green energy” wildlife genocide is depopulating wildlife habitats across the world where vital species once found refuge. Wind turbines have invaded these habitats and are devastating bird and bat species. Rather than avoiding these critical habitats […]

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Jim Wiegand: Pay attention because the extinction of species is coming‏

This information from the UK was sent to me by Robert Piller………………….. “Just go outside and look around the place and compare for yourselves what things were like just a couple of years ago.Take a look at the picture below; it’s like it all over the country right now.  The empty wires outside the pub; […]

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Jim Wiegand — The Truth about Wolfe Island bird mortality rates

Jim Wiegand — January 18, 2013 Here is a little more proof about how the Wolf Island Mortality studies were designed to find only a fraction of the birds killed by their huge turbines. This information is very important so the public can understand the true character of the wind industry. Mortality studies years ago […]

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Jim Wiegand — Ministry of Natural Resources and the US Fish and Wildlife Service

(In response to the removal of a bald eagle’s nest in Fisherville, Ontario to make way for a wind turbine complex.) In Canada the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) is no different than the USFWS. Both agencies have been covering for the wind industry for over 28 years. They have done this by giving the […]

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