Feds move to delist wolves from Endangered Species Act

Just two decades ago, there were practically zero wolves roaming the northern Rocky Mountains or western Great Lakes. But today, that number is over 6,000, and this good news has prompted the U.S. Interior Department to formalize plans to remove wolves from the Endangered Species Act.

By |2013-07-12T12:34:02+00:00July 5th, 2013|Just the Facts Radio|Comments Off on Feds move to delist wolves from Endangered Species Act

“De-extinction” research to create Jurassic Park reality?

In the famous movie, Jurassic Park, scientists used DNA of extinct dinosaurs to bring them back to life. Now, according to Energy and Environment News, genetic resurrection of extinct animals may not be purely science fiction. . . .

By |2013-05-23T17:01:21+00:00May 10th, 2013|Just the Facts Radio|Comments Off on “De-extinction” research to create Jurassic Park reality?

Federal regulators have bats in their belfries!

Bats are struck by blades traveling 100 to 200 mph at their tips or felled by “barotrauma,” sudden air pressure changes that explode their lungs, as explained in a 2008 Scientific American article “On a wing and low air: The surprising way wind turbines kill bats.”

By |2013-04-09T10:57:57+00:00April 8th, 2013|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Federal regulators have bats in their belfries!

Wind turbines kill up to 39 million birds a year!

Not only has the wind industry never solved its environmental problem, it has been hiding at least 90% of this slaughter for decades. In fact, the universal problem of hiding bird (and bat) mortality goes from bad to intolerable beyond the Altamont Pass boundaries, because studies in other areas across North America are far less rigorous, or even nonexistent, and many new turbines are sited in prime bird and bat habitats.

By |2013-03-18T19:56:16+00:00March 18th, 2013|CFACT Insights|94 Comments
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