Monday, July 30, 2012

Osprey routes said to overlap endangered species' habitats | The Japan Times Online

A number of habitats for endangered species, such as the golden eagle, mountain hawk eagle and ptarmigan, lie under the low-altitude routes planned for flights by the MV-22 Osprey, a Japanese environmental protection group said.

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Edited to add: I'm convinced that old George Carlin was right and that the vast majority of people who claim the mantle of "Environmentalist" really don't give a crap about the environment or "Saving the Planet" however, this should do a lot to rouse up those members of the lunatic fringe base who've been silent thus far.

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