A condor died in Wyoming last summer. For those that missed this important story, here is an update. .....Though never mentioned in a single story, a few miles from where this image was taken is a large wind farm. And a few more miles away from there, are many more wind turbines. http://www.powelltribune.com/stories/rare-condor-found-dead-near-la...; This Condor had been moving north from Arizona. There are wind farms to the north and northeast of where the condor was last seen. At either one of these wind farms is an excellent place for this wandering condor to spot what appears to be an easy meal. Maybe this Condor spotted a dead goose, an eagle or some other carcass laying near one of these wind turbines.
It is not publicized but California Condors that wander from their turbine safe feeding stations are at great risk of being killed and are considered problematic. They are routinely trapped and pulled back into captivity. It has been this way since the 1990’s.
This condor had traveled 440 miles and as seen in this story image; it was fitted with a tracking device. It was last seen heading northeast. North and northeast in this case, is where two large wind farms were waiting for this poor guy. It was also not mentioned that The Peregrine Fund and Audubon were probably trying desperately to trap this Condor. After all, both of these very well-funded two face organizations have been quietly trying to keep Condors out of these dam turbines for over 25 years.
It is a "Green Energy" fraud on America, but Condors that fly free, end up looking like these two eagles hit by a turbine blade…… Presently, there are far too many willing to take a few bucks and lie for this terrible industry. Hopefully the tide will turn against all these profiteering bastards. The Peregrine Fund, Audubon, Sierra Club, and the upper levels of the USFWS, are all participants in an ongoing Green energy mortality fraud. In the image below is some good data on missing or dead condors. Lastly when reading up on California Condors, one will find that the internet and media are flooded with Condor lead poisoning info. Yet all these so called "wild" condors are being fed a healthy lead-free diet at their feeding stations. This condor certainly didn't die from lead poisoning and was most likely killed by a wind turbine.