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Royal Society for the Prevention of Birds

The RSPB seem to be demonstrating once more to be a collection of great tits. And schizophrenic ones at that.

They want wind farms to combat climate change as long as they are not near birds. Is it not possible that the sort of places that are suitable for wind-farms (i.e. out in the sticks up on heaths and the like) are the sort of places birds – especially the rarer species tend to hang-out.

Also the defining characteristic of most birds (as should be apparent to the RSPB) is that they fly. Things that can fly can pitch-up almost anywhere. Where the hell do the RSPB want the wind turbines – I mean even if you put them in the Antarctic they will annoy penguins.

Look, can we just finally accept that playing Windy Miller is a bloody stupid idea and build some fission stations. Please.

5 Comments

  1. ROY PAGAN says:

    SUN 27/06/10 FOUND A BABY SEAGULL PUT IN MY SHED IN WARM SUSPECTED BROKEN WING ONLY VERY YOUNG WONDERED HOW IT GOT IN LAND WITH IT BEING SO SMALL CAN YOU PLEASE ADVISE ME THANK YOU ASAP

  2. NickM says:

    Sorry, been away. Contact a vet. They usually do pro-bono stuff for wild animals.

  3. Colton Diaz says:

    wind farms are eco friendly and can generate massive amounts of electricity”-.

  4. our hometown already have wind farms and it is great to know that we have a reneawable electricity source::~

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