Microwaving Nature: Wi-Fi Stations in Campgrounds, Parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries Accommodate Visitors While Nuking Everything Else

By B.N. Frank

Most would agree that there have been many benefits provided by new technology.  We are now all so accustomed to having it everywhere that campgrounds, parks, wildlife sanctuaries, and the like have installed Wi-Fi stations to accommodate visitors.  This has become a raw deal for Mother Nature because research has proven that wireless radiation (commonly known as “Wi-Fi”) is harmful to plants and wildlife. 

Some natural “destination locations” are already close enough to cell towers that phone reception isn’t an issue in case of an emergency.  Wi-Fi stations seem to be installed for no other reason than to allow people to be “connected” throughout their visit.

If this concerns you, please contact your elected officials, park boards, etc. and request that they remove Wi-Fi stations from these locations.  Listed below you’ll find links to articles and independently funded and government research studies to send with your request.  Mother Nature thanks you in advance.

“Memorandum on the Bird and Wildlife Impacts of Non-ionizing Radiation by Albert M. Manville Ph.D. Former U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Senior Biologist”

Chart:  “Artficial EMF and The Environment”  

153 peer-viewed studies or articles reporting significant effects from EMF exposures on wildlife: 

Website:  https://ehtrust.org/?s=wildlife

US Dept of Interior Letter warning regarding migratory birds and cell towers: http://www.ntia.doc.gov/files/ntia/us_doi_comments.pdf

Article: “Wireless Devices & Wildlife.  The effects of EMR from wireless devices on wildlife”

Article: “Your Pets May Be Affected by Wi-Fi and Electronic Devices Even If You Aren’t”

Article:  “Antenna Towers Make it a Dog’s Life”

Article:  “As Cell Service Expands, National Parks Become Digital Battlegrounds”

Study:  “A 2018 Horizon Scan of Emerging Issues for Global Conservation and Biological Diversity”

Study:  “Report on possible impacts of communication towers on wildlife including birds and bees”

Article: “As Cell Service Expands, National Parks Become Digital Battlegrounds”


“Locked in competition, Verizon, AT&T and other telecom companies are aggressively courting the most popular national parks, and under the federal Telecommunications Act of 1996, the parks are obligated to at least review proposals for new cellular towers.”

“NPS [National Park Service] is quietly facilitating a digital transformation with little public input or regard to its mission statement — to preserve ‘unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the National Park System.’”

“A telecom company will come to a park and say, ‘Nice mountain. We want to put a cell tower on it.’ And the park usually says yes.”

“Over the last decade, PEER has emerged as the fiercest opponent of telecom expansion in Yosemite, Yellowstone and other national parks. The nonprofit group is led by lawyer Jeff Ruch, who keeps a close eye on the special use permits the national parks issue for new services and concessions.”

(PEER may be a group worth contacting and potentially working with.)

Excerpts and Resources from “An Electronic Silent Spring”

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1 Comment on "Microwaving Nature: Wi-Fi Stations in Campgrounds, Parks, Wildlife Sanctuaries Accommodate Visitors While Nuking Everything Else"

  1. Bees are nearly finished off. Many other insects are dwindling away too. If we extinguish more other species, one day, there is nothing to else to hunt and to feed on. It will turn into something like cannibalism. Deserves us right.

    For more understanding watch in youtube “The last of the great whales”

    As to the addiction of being connected. What is the purpose to climb Mt Aconcagua if your boss can call you and harass you with fucking bull shit? In this cass stay at home and go to the next Mc Donalds. Same effect but cost saving.

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