Eagle Expert Warns of Population Collapse

Wildlife biologist Jim Wiegand, vice president of Save the Eagles International, has sent a letter to Bureau of Indian Affairs’ regional director  Amy Dutsche warning that the Tule Wind  project will be “deadly” for eagles in our region.

Tule Wind proposes industrial-scale wind turbines turbines on federal, state, private and tribal (Ewiiaapaayp) lands.  Wiegand contends that eagle populations across the state are collapsing due primarily to collisions with wind turbines and that other studies have provided misleading information.

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