13Mar/17

Climastrology

You have to Believe to behave so criminal (as outlined in the above video). Oh, and the snow pack in California’s Sierra Nevadas will disappear — in about 82 years. This accordingRead More…

07Mar/17

Bats Die for Carbon Dioxide

Multiple mortality events in bats: a global review, Mammal Review Thomas J. O’Shea, Paul M. Cryan, David T.S. Hayman, Raina K. Plowright, Daniel G. Streicker 18 January 2016 Abstract Despite conservation concernsRead More…

24Mar/16

Wind Turbine Alternatives: We Can Save the Birds

I was recently featured in an article in the Daily Iowan about wind power. In that article, the reporter Savannah Guyer interviewed three people. The first interview was with Michael Hutchins, director ofRead More…

28Feb/16

Bird Lovers Alert: The 30-Year Eagle Take Rule

Here is more from the American Bird Conservatory’s Bird-Smart Wind Energy Program, this time covering the plight of Golden Eagles and Bald Eagles . . . Raptors, including Golden Eagles and BaldRead More…

27Feb/16

Bird Lovers Alert: Components of a Bird-Smart Wind Energy Project

Key Note: A study that appeared in the Wildlife Society Bulletin estimated that 573,000 birds and 888,000 bats were killed by wind turbines in 2012! The number of wind turbines and the numberRead More…

25Feb/16

Bird Lovers Alert: What Is Bird-Smart Wind Energy?

At The American Bird Conservatory (ABC), the point of view is positive. As they say, We work to protect all birds across the Western Hemisphere, but 25—including the Black Skimmer—are a special focus.Read More…