How Do Birds Survive Cold Winters?

How Do Birds Survive Cold Winters?

“GREAT INSPIRATION” by Garth Clifford, ©2020 (Feb. 13, 2020) — While winters and birds make a pretty sight for a camera lens, some of us do wonder how the little creatures survive extreme winters. We don’t see them wearing any warm clothes or heaters installed in their habitats. Some birds do travel south in winter, […]

Audubon Goes Over the Edge

Audubon Goes Over the Edge

THE SOCIETY’S MISLEADING CLAIMS ABOUT A CLIMATE CRISIS IN THE ARCTIC MUST BE CORRECTED by Robert W. Endlich, ©2016 (Feb. 9, 2016) — The January-February 2016 issue of Audubon Magazine  (Figure 1) proclaims “Arctic on the Edge: As global warming opens our most critical bird habitat, the world is closing in.” In reality, the magazine’s writers […]

Wind Energy Myths Spun by Lobbyists and Salesmen

Wind Energy Myths Spun by Lobbyists and Salesmen

INDUSTRIAL WIND IS A NET LOSER:  ECONOMICALLY, ENVIRONMENTALLY, TECHNOLOGICALLY AND CIVILLY by Mary Kay Barton, ©2015 (May 12, 2015) — A recent letter in my local paper by American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) representative Tom Vinson is typical of wind industry sales propaganda. It deserves correction. This is the reality:  Industrial wind energy is NET LOSER […]

The Aral Sea and Green Energy; License to Kill

The Aral Sea and Green Energy; License to Kill

“WHAT WILL WE DO WHEN THEY ARE GONE?” by Steven Neill, ©2015 (Feb. 11, 2015) — “Wind power is devastating populations of rare birds and bats across the world, driving some to the point of extinction.” Clive Hambler (1) Laced with lies and fueled by delusional dreams of a return to Shangri-La, modern environmentalists and green […]

Hiding the Slaughter

Hiding the Slaughter

BIG WIND HIDES EVIDENCE OF TURBINE BIRD KILLS – AND GETS REWARDED.  HERE’S HOW THEY DO IT by Jim Wiegand, ©2013 (Mar. 18, 2013) — In 1984 the California Energy Commission said “many institutional, engineering, environmental and economic issues must be resolved before the industry is secure and its growth can be assured.”  Though it was […]