Drought threatens only surviving whoo...

Drought threatens only surviving whooping cranes

There are 4 comments on the WTOP-FM Washington story from Jan 9, 2012, titled Drought threatens only surviving whooping cranes. In it, WTOP-FM Washington reports that:

Raising its slim, white neck out of the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, one of the world's last surviving whooping cranes hungrily searches a Texas marsh for the blue crabs and berries it devours during its annual migration to the Gulf Coast.

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“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#1 Jan 9, 2012
Drought is the least of their worries. They can find other things to eat. They need to be on the lookout for the giant wind turbines they're putting along the Gulf near Corpus Christie. These are the real bird killers!!
No Doc, Wind mills do NOT rule! They kill!!
PHD

Houston, TX

#2 Jan 10, 2012
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
Drought is the least of their worries. They can find other things to eat. They need to be on the lookout for the giant wind turbines they're putting along the Gulf near Corpus Christie. These are the real bird killers!!
No Doc, Wind mills do NOT rule! They kill!!
There you go again WRONG. Wind Mills don't have a brain much like you. Our feathered friends will learn to go around an eco friendly energy producing devise. You said it best "They can find other things to eat" They can also find another path to fly. See the feathered friends are much smarter than you think. OH sorry thinking wouldn't be you best attribute. SEE WIND MILLS RULE.

“Conserve Wildlife Habitat”

Since: Dec 10

SE Michigan

#3 Jan 10, 2012
PHD wrote:
<quoted text>There you go again WRONG. Wind Mills don't have a brain much like you. Our feathered friends will learn to go around an eco friendly energy producing devise. You said it best "They can find other things to eat" They can also find another path to fly. See the feathered friends are much smarter than you think. OH sorry thinking wouldn't be you best attribute. SEE WIND MILLS RULE.
Going around them doesn't always work. The blades are moving much faster than what they appear. Wind mills kill birds!
PHD

Houston, TX

#4 Jan 10, 2012
Raptor in Michigan wrote:
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Going around them doesn't always work. The blades are moving much faster than what they appear. Wind mills kill birds!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =na6HxKQQsAMXX
OK do tell all how a WIND MILL THAT RULES kill birds. So by your logic if you jump in front of a car traveling at 70 mph and you die it must have been the car that killed you. A car traveling at 70 mph while you are walking seems to be going slower. Do explain. SEE WIND MILLS RULE AGAIN!!!!

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