search

Category: Endangered Species


Countless birds incinerated in midair by Ivanpah solar plant

Posted by in Endangered Species, Energy, Wildlife

“Ivanpah is a bird sink — and an cautionary tale unfolding on public lands,” said Garry George, renewable energy project director for Audubon California. “It continues to operate as though there’s an endless supply of birds to burn.”


WIND: The crazy expensive, environmentally disruptive, bird-killing non-solution

Posted by in Endangered Species, Energy Poverty, Green Energy

“It is not inconceivable to me that we could reduce golden eagle populations by a great deal, if not wipe them out.”


Sage Grouse Saga: BLM stacks the deck in favor of radical environmentalists

Posted by in Bureau of Land Management, Endangered Species, Radical Environmentalism

The government prepared “form responses” to Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval’s objections “before even receiving them, and cookie-cutter responses to the public and county protests, which are identical in form regardless of the issues raised.”


Slice ’em, dice ’em: “Green” Cuisinarts killing birds by the millions

Posted by in Endangered Species, Energy Policy

A 2013 study found that 573,000 birds and 888,000 bats are killed every year by wind turbines.


How Viagra could Save the Tiger

Posted by in Endangered Species, Free Markets

So long as superstitions linger in backward civilizations whose thinking is lagging behind industrial modernization, things like tiger poaching for body parts to make folk remedies will linger.


Obama adds hundreds of invertebrates, plants to Endangered Species list

Posted by in Endangered Species, Federal Agency Overreach

Delisting endangered species is also often subjective. USFW, tasked with assessing and listing potentially threatened and endangered species, often adds species to the list with no clear criteria for recovery.


Sage Grouse endangered listing at odds with science/local governments

Posted by in Endangered Species, Environmentalism, Government Agencies

Coloradans have invested well over $50 million of state, local, and private money in conservation easements to preserve ranchlands in the Gunnison Basin, and have preserved ore than 64,000 acres of open space, ranchlands, and sage grouse habitat.


Does “Endangered” Listing Doom the Gunnison Sage Grouse?

Posted by in Endangered Species, Environmentalism, Government Overreach

Landowners in Colorado and Utah feel deeply betrayed and anxious because of the Endangered Species Act’s much-feared land and resource use regulations.


Hostage Takers: Radical Environmentalists and the Endangered Species Act

Posted by in Endangered Species, Government Overreach, Western Resources

Now, in 2015, the battle still rages, and with a president willing to appease the radical environmental movement at any cost, the stakes are higher than ever before.


Are We Being Lied to About “Endangered” Status of Sage Grouse?

Posted by in Endangered Species, Environmentalism, Government Overreach

There is a widespread narrative promoted by some environmental pressure groups and some in the federal government that the sage grouse needs protection under the Endangered Species Act because state and local conservation efforts are inadequate.


‹ previous posts
close
Search ReaganGirl
search
Newest Posts
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
The Truth About Islam
Networked Blogs
search

Hi, guest!

settings

menu
WordPress SEO fine-tune by Meta SEO Pack from Poradnik Webmastera