back on topic, folks.Message 1 of 37 , Dec 7 12:11 PMView Sourceback on topic, folks.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Diego Vizcarra <strim_100@...> wrote:
> Same as girls are referred to as "birds" or even "crumpets" in some parts of U.K
Hi Jon, I have had a PMA wind generator up for 6 years and never found a dead anything under it. Very sad someone has to be unhappy with everything the worldMessage 37 of 37 , Dec 8 9:29 AMView SourceHi Jon, I have had a PMA wind generator up for 6 years and never found a dead anything under it. Very sad someone has to be unhappy with everything the world tries to do. Go ahead and put up as many as you like. I am all for wind, solar as I am off grid for 9 years now. In far southwest TX. Sure is nice to drive up I 20 and see the wind farms at Sweet water TX.
From: Sam Harvey <SteelheartAfire@...>
Sent: Wednesday, December 5, 2012 9:17 PM
Subject: Re: [axialflux] Birds
as long as the pattern radiates out from the hub not into it..
At 04:01 PM 12/5/2012, you wrote:
Paint a corkscrew pattern on the hub like the Germans did in the war...
On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 12:43 PM, Jon Wilson <Fast21@...> wrote:
- Well, my father was an engineer on an experimental windfarm in
Scotland (Orkney to be precise) during the late 80's early 1990's. They
had 3 large turbines up there, 1 x 1.6MW, 1 x 600Kw and 1 x 260Kw. The
site was right next door to a bird sanctuary and in 8 years working there
with the turbines running for 1000's of hours they had less than 1 bird
strike per year. Very rare occurrence it seems. The birds seemed
perfectly capable of avoiding the running turbines. In terms of colour
they were painted white with bright red tips.
- Jon Wilson
- On 4 December 2012 15:04, discothistle
- Hello there,
- In my research into windmills, i can't ignore the reports of bird
kills. My question to this large group of windmill enthusiasts is: Does
your windmill kill birds? Please be honest. I know that this is not a
palatable topic but I have nightmares of raising my windmill into this
windy zone I have, only to create a graveyard of dead birds. I live in an
area with many bald eagles, hawks and a nesting pair of ravens. I also
own chickens which attracts the interest of birds of prey. Please help me
with this moral dilemma!
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