2018-11-06 15:35:13 UTC
This is why wildlife conservationists oppose wind turbines, they
decimate nearby populations of avian apex predators.
In Merka, they actually had to exempt wind farms from the Endangered
Species Act, because they'd go outta biz fast paying huge fines for
killing eagles and condors.
It would take an area the size of Scotland to power the UK with wind, so
not hard to imagine the massive collective impact on wildlife that wind
will have in the future, and is already having.
If greenie madness would stop making nuclear so expensive, an area the
size of Buckingham Palace could power the UK with nookular.
Wind turbines are the world's new 'apex predators', wiping out buzzards,
hawks and other carnivorous birds at the top of the food chain, say