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Category Archives: Wildlife Resources
We thank Mr. J. Edward Gates for granting permission to post his recent Letter to the Cumberland (Maryland) Times-News Editor. His letter is titled “You should know more about Roth Rock project” and the full text begins: I read with … Continue reading
Until today, the image used to represent Allegheny Treasures was a personal photograph of Green Mountain, above Keyser, West Virginia, as seen from my home. When taken a year ago, the 23 massive wind turbines of the Pinnacle wind project … Continue reading
We thank John Terry for granting permission to post his very entertaining and informative “Letter From Your Country Cousin.” As Mr. Terry notes: “At its least, this piece presents some interesting pictures to explore. At its best, it prompts the … Continue reading
Daily Mail: “In China, the true cost of Britain’s clean, green wind power experiment: Pollution on a disastrous scale”
Thanks to Jon Boone for pointing out this article in the (UK) Daily Mail which leads with this statement: “This toxic lake poisons Chinese farmers, their children and their land. It is what’s left behind after making the magnets for … Continue reading
No, I didn’t say Fraggle Rock … although industrial wind as a legitimate energy source is on a level with a Muppet fantasy. But no, Eagle Rock is another target in the continuing assault on the Allegheny Mountains. Constellation Energy … Continue reading
Wind development projects in Garrett County, Maryland must meet US Fish and Wildlife Service requirements for protection of endangered species.
What follows is a letter written to Maryland DNR Secretary, John Griffin regarding the serious impact of industrial wind on endangered species in the highlands of Western Maryland. We thank Mr. John Bambacus for his permission to post the letter … Continue reading
Some folks say today is a sad day for the environment. I’m an optimist, always looking for the bright side. Today’s news is great news for hunter-gatherers! The Maryland Public Service Commission just approved a twenty turbine industrial wind installation … Continue reading
California has a novel idea to protect birds and bats. Don’t build wind plants where they fly! UPDATE: VIDEO SHOWS WHY!
Video link courtesy of Jon Boone: Now to the original text: According to the Californian.com, a new “Report paves way for wildlife-friendly wind power in Monterey County.” So, exactly how do they achieve this ground-breaking harmony between endangered species and … Continue reading
Tracking eagles: “The National Aviary, in collaboration with the Powdermill Avian Research Center and the Ministère des Ressources naturelles et de la Faune in Quebec and with State Wildlife Grant funding from the Pennsylvania Game Commission, has embarked on a … Continue reading