The US Park Service says that there are twenty thousand Golden Eagles in the western US
The most recent survey of Golden Eagles across four large Bird Conservation Regions (BCRs) in the West (80 percent of the species’ range in the lower 48 states is in these BCRs) provided an estimate of 20,722 Golden Eagles of all ages across the survey area.
The Altamont Pass wind farm kills one Golden Eagle every three days, which means they have killed more than 10% of the population.
Dr. Shawn Smallwood’s 2004 study, spanning four years, estimated that California’s Altamont Pass wind “farm” killed an average of 116 Golden Eagles annually (2). This adds up to 2,900 dead “goldies” since it was built 25 years ago.
Greens want to put these impenetrable death traps up all over the…
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Climate alarmists tell us that global warming is occurring both faster and slower than expected
The two claims cancel out, and produce no warming at all.