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Antelope endangered by wind development  

Credit:  January 12, 2014 | trib.com ~~

In the western states, the uncluttered open spaces of Wyoming stand out. This environment makes Wyoming a very special and unique prime antelope hunting location. There are a few places like our state that can boast of antelope hunting of the quality we experience here. It’s a natural resource we should protect at any cost.

The so-called wind farms (industrial electric wind energy faculty) planned for southern Carbon County referred to as the Chokecherry-SierriaMadre wind energy development, will be the largest wind energy facility of its kind in the U.S. If built, it will spell the end of quality antelope hunting over a vast area. There seems to be a lack of awareness of this impending disaster. This is a lot to give up for an effort that has unpredictable results to prevent global warming.

This negative, plus the killing of all specifies of birds (eagles included) makes the project questionable.


Source:  January 12, 2014 | trib.com

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