'Hundreds of bird and bat carcasses, including five wedge-tailed eagles, have been detected at a south-west wind farm in the past three years'.
Learn about wind energy threats to Australia's Orange-bellied Parrot here ~ DeFrock; - https://www.swifft.net.au - https://www.environment.gov.au/system/files/resources/2d42fcbd-31ea-4739-b109-b420571338a3/files/wind-farm-bird-risk.pdf - https://www.anzsog.edu.au/preview-documents/case-study-level-1/196-parrot-the-the-wind-farm-and-the-minister-a-2007-49-1/file 'Major infrastructure such as wind farms that are inappropriately sited along flight lines between feeding and migrating areas poses a direct threat to Orange-bellied Parrots'.https://www.swifft.net.au/cb_pages/sp_orange-bellied_parrot.php Scientists race to save one of Australia’s rarest birds, the orange-bellied parrot … Continue reading The Rare Australian Orange-Bellied Parrot Needs Protection
'Of course, wind farms are ugly, and of course they also whimsically produce a totally unreliable electricity - here today, no wind tomorrow - that's turned our power system into an expensive joke. But they've also been killing many more birds than our planners predicted.' - Andrew Bolt
'According to the data from Hochschule Bremerhaven & Ahlstrom-Munksjo, the wind industry will generate 50,000 tons of blade waste in 2020, but that will quadruple to 225,000 tons by 2034.' -SRSRocco Report
Steve St. Angelo
9 January 2020