Tag Archives: Industrail wind and golden eagles

Breaking Wind – Quick hits from the industry for August 18, 2011

Items of interest: 1-SCHNARE: Campaign advice for ‘all of the abovers’ – Washington Times (h/t – Larry Thomas – Allegheny Highlands Alliance) 2-Exactly when did it become the role of the Secretary of the Interior to market a commercial product? … Continue reading

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Industrial wind threatens the golden eagles of the Allegheny Front.

In a superb, must-read post, naturalist writer Marcia Bonta takes us to the “Cadillac” of hawk watches, the Allegheny Front Hawk Watch. Beyond her wonderfully descriptive conversation about the bounty of wildlife witnessed during the encounter, Ms. Bonta has this caution … Continue reading

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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

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