Tag Archives: Bats and Wind Turbines

Hanging Out With Bats Is Fun

Hanging out with Bats is Fun Getting to the vicinity of “The American Camp”, within the footprint of Bow Lake/ Nodin Kitagan wind farm (BL/NK), requires determination, 4×4, brush hook, dexterity and time to drive cautiously around or through, potholes, … Continue reading

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Catastrophic Man-Made Global Warming Policies

Writing a post-season report on bat monitoring has a slightly ghoulish feel, not because the little flying mammals are associated with Hallowe’en, but because many species¬†are in danger of extinction. ¬†While the icon of climate alarmism, the polar bear, is … Continue reading

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Wind turbines can be deadly for bats

Wind turbines can be deadly for bats. Each year tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands are thought to fall victim to the tall, whirling turbines. Now, footage from heat-sensitive cameras suggests one reason why. Air currents at wind turbines … Continue reading

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Hiding the Decline – How Wind generators obfuscate bird mortality

We have all been to those Wind Developer ‘Open Houses’ where the proponents assure us their wind generating station won’t harm birds, bats or other endangered species. They pull out glossy publications and ‘fact’ sheets and thick reports prepared by … Continue reading

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