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mbarnard Wrote: Sep 16, 2012 12:38 PM
“A record whooping crane flock is expected at the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge for the second straight year. Refuge manager Dan Alonso said there could be enough cranes making their annual migration to the area to break last year’s count of about 280. “We’re eagerly anticipating approximately 300 birds this year,” Dan Alonso said.”. “Alonso said recent rainfall of about 2 inches has replenished drinking water sources for the whoopers, and about 20 ponds created by windmill pumps are available for the birds to drink.”. http://www.scrippsnews.biz/content/record-whooping-crane-flock-expected-2nd-year-texas?page=6
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mbarnard Wrote: Sep 07, 2012 4:27 PM
Mr. Wiegand isn't a wildlife biologist. He studied undergraduate level biology 40 years ago and is an antiques dealer in Northern California (no where near whooping cranes of any type). He has never worked with whooping cranes. The devoted professionals, academics and organizations that do work with whooping cranes all completely disagree with Mr. Wiegand. There is no evidence that any whooping crane has even been harmed by a wind farm. Not one. Mr. Wiegand is making it all up. http://www.quora.com/Wind-Power/Are-wind-farms-killing-endangered-whooping-cranes
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