The third dead whale was discovered in less than a week off the southeastern coast of Virginia, miles from Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind (CVOW), one of two operational wind farms in federal waters.
Over the weekend, a critically endangered North Atlantic right whale was discovered washed ashore near Chic’s Beach which is located in Virginia Beach, Virginia, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) confirmed to Fox News Digital on Monday. According to local news outlets, there was no immediate cause of death and the whale didn’t appear to have any entanglement marks.
The discovery of the beached right whale came just two days after a humpback whale was found dead along the shoreline in Cape Charles, Virginia, and five days after a dead humpback whale was found off the coast of First Landing State Park in Virginia Beach.
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I’ve been hearing about this happening, first birds and now sealife, seems the wind farms aren’t as environmentally friendly as once assumed. I’m also hearing so idiots are talking about refiting some of the abandoned production platforms in the gulf to put up a wind farm……
Something else I have noticed. whenever use my new electric tin opener about a couple of days later there is a traffic accident in my town. (sometimes its a week later). Perhaps I should stop using it.