Sunday, May 13, 2012

Where is Peta?

Okay, so we aren't to kill a fly, but it is okay to kill bald eagles before they get wiped out by wind turbines so long as there is a permit issued?

eco warrior
"Current law allows permitting for “programmatic” killing of bald eagles, which “is recurring, is not caused solely by indirect effects, and that occurs over the long term or in a location or locations that cannot be specifically identified.” 
The USFWS notes that permits “may authorize lethal take that is incidental to an otherwise lawful activity, such as mortalities caused by collisions with rotating wind turbines.” 
According to the regulation, measures will be taken to attempt to minimize bald eagle mortalities, and additional actions may be authorized if mortalities exceed “anticipated” levels. USFWS began investigating numerous bald eagle deaths associated with wind turbines in early 2012."
Sorry eagles, you don't get to take a chance. The eco warriors shall decide your fate. Permission granted. Guess the flies have more rights than the bald eagle. Hope their blood doesn't dirty the precious wind turbines. See the problem here anyone?

1 Comment:

Scott Davidson said...

Thanks for knowledge share, I will be waiting for future posts

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Marcus White Lisdoonvarna