Posts tagged: birds of prey

Bald Eagle Soars Free After Rehabilitation

State environmental workers this week set free a bald eagle that had been found severely injured and was rehabilitated by veterinarians for more than a month. Division of Fisheries and Wildlife officials brought the bird of prey to the Wachusett Reservoir in Central Massachusetts Tuesday, where it spread its massive wings and took flight from […]

Tuesday March 15th, 2016 in , , , , , , | Comments Off on Bald Eagle Soars Free After Rehabilitation

Black Isle Turbines Plan Ruffles Bird Expert’s Featheres

Fears that plans for a community-owned wind farm will destroy “the whole fabric” of a Black Isle forest have been expressed by a leading local ornithologist. Black Isle Community Energy (BICE) wants to build three wind turbines on land owned by Forestry Commission Scotland at Millbuie Forest near Mount High. Brian Etheridge, a Black Isle resident, is concerned about the […]

Tuesday January 13th, 2015 in , , , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Black Isle Turbines Plan Ruffles Bird Expert’s Featheres

Enviros Tapdance Around Wind Turbines’ Bird Kills

When Mother Nature’s supposed greatest defenders call for replacing our reliable, affordable energy sources with unreliable, expensive sources that occupy more land and destroy more wildlife habitat, something might be afoot. Perhaps it’s just a new brand of environmentalism … or maybe there’s another agenda at play. Consider that humans have been trying to harness […]