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Birds catching fire! (For the greater good?)

This October 2013 photo provided by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service shows a burned Yellow-rumped Warbler that was found at the Ivanpah solar plant in the California Mojave Desert. Workers at a state-of-the-art new solar plant have a word for the birds that fly over the plant’s five-mile field of mirrors, “streamers,” for the puff of smoke as the birds ignite in mid-air and fall singed to the ground. (AP/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)\n

Unintended consequences. That's the hallmark of so many of the left's "pro-environmental" polices.

Tuesday on Pat & Stu we listed the many green fails from the past and a new one: Birds are combusting in mid-flight. Why? Hear about it at the 25:15 mark:

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