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Message Subject Something Just Went BEZERK in the Gulf of Mexico. The US Navy just sunk a French Submarine
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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RSPB investigates the mysterious deaths of thousands of migrating birds lost at sea
[link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

- 'While fishing about 10 miles south of Portsmouth, we witnessed thousands of garden birds disorientated, land on the sea and most drowning. 'Species included goldcrests, robins, thrushes and blackbirds. The sky was thick with garden birds. I estimate I saw 500 birds die and that was just in our 300-yard sphere.
- The RSPB suggests that the massive swarms of birds arriving on the east coast may have been the lucky survivors that managed to make it across the North Sea from Scandinavia in difficult conditions.
Many others may have perished before making landfall, the Society said.
- The birds left Scandinavia in glorious sunshine but as they crossed the North Sea, they flew into fog and rain, so they stopped off at the first bit of land they have come across. The place has been dripping with birds.'
- 'This is particularly unusual; it's birds like thrushes, robins and a whole variety of other species that can be very good long distance migrants.'
The RSPB warns that those exhausted birds which have made it to the UK will be looking for food and may be visiting gardens, especially as the weather is expected to turn with the UK forecast to receive the first icy blasts of winter.
Ian Hayward, an adviser with the RSPB’s wildlife enquiries team, said: 'The first cold snap will encourage many birds to visit gardens increasingly, in a quest for food.

What makes this report so unusual is that it is not the USUAL type of migration birds .. but GARDEN BIRDS as well !!!


Is there a disaster at hand ???

 Quoting: Krispy71

Very, very cold with no warming Gulf Stream, courtesy of BP.
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