Wind Turbine stress on birds could increases chances of West Nile virus.

More stress for birds means higher chances of West Nile virus September 6, 2016| Dana Kobilinsky | THE WILDLIFE SOCIETY Researchers examined the extent to which mosquitoes with West Nile virus bit zebra finches with elevated levels of stress. Birds that have more of the stress hormone corticosterone are more likely to be bitten by mosquitoes … Continue reading Wind Turbine stress on birds could increases chances of West Nile virus.

Habitat Changes, In Turn,Influence The Health Of Wildlife Populations

This project not ONLY will be to alter the environment where they construct the turbines, there is no adequate road  to the site and no existing electricity infrastructure. The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center document: "Most of these facilities tie into existing electricity transmission infrastructure and require service roads and … Continue reading Habitat Changes, In Turn,Influence The Health Of Wildlife Populations

Windfarms have no monetary effect on the local school district general fund.

From the University of Michigan Windfarms have no monetary effect on the local school district general fund. - Michigan schools receive a per-pupil foundation allowance. (For most of the schools we interviewed, the current allowance is $7,511). - The allowance is first comprised of funds from local property taxes and then supplemented with state funds. … Continue reading Windfarms have no monetary effect on the local school district general fund.

Wind Turbines On The Great Lakes Threaten Migratory Birds

Study Shows that Wind-Energy should not be placed within 10 miles of the Great Lakes. Bats Also at Risk, New Radar Study Says. (Washington, D.C., Aug. 5, 2016) A radar study released last month by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) provides stark evidence that wind turbines on the Great Lakes pose an unacceptably high risk to … Continue reading Wind Turbines On The Great Lakes Threaten Migratory Birds