While Greta frets about global incineration and mass extinctions, the wind industry is doing a very fine job of extinguishing millions of birds and bats, every year. Indeed, entire species are under threat, including Europe’s Red Kite and Tasmania’s Wedge Tailed Eagle.
More generally, there’s a wave of avian carnage wherever the wind industry plies it subsidy-soaked trade; and offshore is no exception.
As Jason Endfield details below, the offshore wind industry is exacting a phenomenal toll on a whole range of seabirds in the waters surrounding Britain.
Isle Of Man Seabird Populations Plummet As Wind Farms Overwhelm The Irish Sea
Jason Endfield Blog
21 June 2019
Herring Gulls are down 82%, European Shag down 51%, Razorbills down 55%. The list goes on….
* The world’s biggest offshore wind farm is just a few miles away.
* Isn’t there a conspicuous connection?
The Isle Of Man wildlife…
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