Wind Turbines, negative downstream effects by removing predator raptors.

Wind turbines aren’t quite ‘apex predators’, but the truth is far more interesting November 7, 2018 | Jeroen Minderman| theconversation.com In some ways, it may indeed seem as if wind turbines act similarly to the introduction of an “apex predator” into the food chain: by reducing the number and activity of intermediate predators such as birds … Continue reading Wind Turbines, negative downstream effects by removing predator raptors.

Bird attrition. Death by turbine blades.

Bird attrition. Death by turbine blades: One of the wind industry's denial favourites. Along with health and environmental impacts. Ecocide - All makes perfect logical sense doesn't it? We have chosen this image by our favourite cartoonist Josh to go with our post. November 6 2018 | Wind Energy's Absurd Their shills talk about the birds … Continue reading Bird attrition. Death by turbine blades.

Wind farm ‘predator’ effect hits ecosystems: study

Wind farm 'predator' effect hits ecosystems: study November 5, 2018 | Patrick Galey | phys.org Journal reference: Nature Ecology & Evolution Wind farms act as a top "predator" in some ecosystems, harming birds at the top of the food chain and triggering a knock-on effect overlooked by green energy advocates, scientists said Monday. Wind is the fastest-growing … Continue reading Wind farm ‘predator’ effect hits ecosystems: study

Clearing of habitats for wind turbines is causing a 10 per cent decline in birds populations in the surrounding area.

A new study has revealed that the clearing of habitats to make wind turbines is causing a 10 per cent decline in birds populations in the surrounding area. 'Our study shows that wind farms have different effects on different bird species depending on the habitats they use and how these habitats are affected by wind … Continue reading Clearing of habitats for wind turbines is causing a 10 per cent decline in birds populations in the surrounding area.

Adverse environmental effects from industrial wind turbines.

Adverse environmental effects from industrial wind turbines Industrial wind turbines do not have a benign environmental foot print as has been claimed. Biologists are observing habitat fragmentation and habitat loss, wildlife disturbance and life history disruption when turbines are placed in natural habitats. (1)   Bird and bat abundance declines at wind turbine sites and this … Continue reading Adverse environmental effects from industrial wind turbines.

Birds at Risk: The Importance of Canada’s Boreal Wetlands and Waterways

Birds at Risk: The Importance of Canada's Boreal Wetlands and Waterways. OCTOBER 26, 2011 | | Boreal Songbird Initiative The boreal forest of Canada is a critical stronghold of our planet's bird life, supporting large portions of the global population of many species. Billions of birds migrate to and from the boreal region and reproduce … Continue reading Birds at Risk: The Importance of Canada’s Boreal Wetlands and Waterways

Study calls for 16-km turbine setback from Great Lakes

August 16, 2016 | THE LONDON FREE PRESS It’s a standard that would eliminate almost all of Ontario’s current wind farms and the ones recently approved. In the wake of the release of a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service migratory bird study, the American Bird Conservancy is calling for an 16-kilometre buffer around the Great Lakes for … Continue reading Study calls for 16-km turbine setback from Great Lakes

Wind Turbines kill birds – birds eat insects. The results could be devastating.

Wind Turbines kill birds.  The Huron Mountains and Highlands, are a diverse biome containing Highlands, Cedar and Hemlock lowlands, Boreal Forests,  wetlands and multitudes of streams, temporary wetlands, Beaver ponds ...  Prime bird habitat, and Insect habitat. What happens if thousands of the birds are killed off by turbines? Birds eat 400 to 500 million … Continue reading Wind Turbines kill birds – birds eat insects. The results could be devastating.

Ontario Government Cancels Wind Project, to protect natural resources.

Governments,and others around the country and world are starting to understand, and are keeping wind out. The County Prince Edward County Statement from Mayor Quaiff on White Pines Wind Project Announcement Picton, ON – The following is a statement from Mayor Robert Quaiff on the Ontario Government’s announcement that it intends to introduce urgent legislation that … Continue reading Ontario Government Cancels Wind Project, to protect natural resources.

Six New Papers Reveal A Hushed-Up ‘Green’ Reality: Wind Turbines Destroy Habitats

Studies Show Wind Farms Destroy Habitats WRITTEN BY KENNETH RICHARD, MARCH 16, 2018. Six New Papers Reveal A Hushed-Up ‘Green’ Reality: Wind Turbines Destroy Habitats More Wind Turbines, More Habitat Harm, Loss Six new papers expose the systematic destruction of natural wildlife habitats via the installation of wind turbines. Read more at No Tricks Zone 1. A 20-Fold … Continue reading Six New Papers Reveal A Hushed-Up ‘Green’ Reality: Wind Turbines Destroy Habitats