My old estimates for the numbers of eagle carcasses pouring into the Denver repository were far too low.
In this 2014 NBC Denver Eagle Repository story, put out 5 years ago, at the end of the video, they admit that the repository has processed over 42,000 eagles since 1995. What they don’t tell people is that this eagle carcass number has escalated since 1995 right along with the development of wind energy in eagle habitat. Back then the repository was receiving 800-900 eagles a year. Today they are receiving 3000 or more each year.
From 2000 the eagle carcasses totals began to jump and since 2000 the repository has taken in over 52,000 eagles.
Back in 1995, when wind energy was primarily confined to California, the repository was processing 800-900 eagles a year and many of these eagles were coming from California’s wind farms.
As the 1997 USFWS reported, the eagle carcass turnover is 3-5 days. Yet all images show that the repository freezers that are stuffed with eagle carcasses. Where does most of this supply come from? Shipments from wind farms that average over 5 eagles every day from all over the United States. And where is the easiest place on earth to find a dead eagle?.............. At a wind farm located in eagle habitat.
In statements from the published 1997 story, this USFWS publication admits that one of the primary sources for the eagles they receive, are windmills or wind turbines. Since then they have been lying their asses off to America.
Currently the repository is receiving about 3000 eagles a year, so according to the 42000 statement given in this story, the number of eagle carcasses processed by the repository has now reached approximately 57,000 since 1995 with most of these coming in after 2005. Check out these bloody and very fresh carcasses. Especially the one missing most of its face. You can tell by the color of the blood that these are fresh. Fresh carcasses like this, found shortly after death, come primarily from wind farms.
At 2:40 of this video there is a discussion of the freezers located at a wind farm located in eagle habitat that are stuffed with eagles. How did these eagles end up in these freezers? Wind farm personnel, as part of their job, pick them up. Every wind farm in America located in eagle habitat, has freezers so dead eagles can be preserved and shipped on to the Denver Eagle Repository. https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=youtube+altamont+eagles&&a...;
FedEx shipments of eagle carcasses are received by the Denver Repository on a regular basis from wind farm freezers. Even so, these liars will not disclose that since 1995, tens of thousands of eagles have been slaughtered by wind energy in America.
Many additional eagles are never found or if found are not in good enough condition to be salvaged or recycled. I can not stress this enough.. finding a fresh eagle carcass is a very rare event except at a wind farm. I have found two in my lifetime, an adult bald eagle and an adult golden eagle and both were in rotted condition.
And then there are probably carcasses at wind projects that disappear into nature before they can be found.
Madness, fraud and lying are inherent to the minds of sociopaths. If tested by an ethical source, most of today's politicians would be classified as sociopaths.
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