Hi Everyone. Meye here, the “Blissful Bluebird.” By the way, I did not title myself as blissful. Ever. That was the crazy publishing lady. I know that I have been out of sight for quite a while, and lacking in the production department for my division. Just as The Gazette has, I hope that you will be understanding of my absence. It certainly has not been without warranting cause. You see, my fellow feathered flyers are in grave danger… (“is there any other kind?”)
Some of Americas most incredibly iconic species of birds are at increased risk as our nation tests various technologies for the implementation of wind power. While we stand in united understanding that there will be casualties among birds as better planetary solutions for power are found, it is also arguable that some consideration for our safety and limiting our losses should at the very least be taken into consideration prior to these physical tests.
Please help us to secure the safety of such amazing birds as the Golden Eagle, endangered Whooping Crane, and Greater Sage-Grouse. You can do something to help at this very moment by following this link and signing the petition:
Democracy In Action: Petition
“ABC is the only U.S.-based group with a major focus on bird habitat conservation throughout the entire Americas. ABC acts across the full spectrum of threats to birds to safeguard the rarest bird species, restore habitats, and reduce threats, unifying and strengthening the bird conservation movement.
ABC advances bird conservation through direct action and by finding and engaging the people and groups needed to succeed, regardless of their political, economic, or social point of view.”
Please visit this URL for additional information:
American Bird Conservancy on Facebook
Facts about birds and wind farms
Safeguarding Sage Grouse and Their Elaborate Courtship Dance (nytimes.com)
On Our Radar: Bird Species at Risk From Wind Development, Group Says (green.blogs.nytimes.com)
Wind Power’s Not for the Birds (volokh.com)
Voluntary guidelines to avoid bird-wind impacts (seattletimes.nwsource.com)
Voluntary guidelines to avoid bird-wind impacts (sfgate.com)
Loss of Habitat in the Wyoming Rockies (brighthub.com)
Additional Nature Related Articles Found Here: http://www.blogsallovertheworld.com/
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