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Migratory patterns of red-winged blackbirds

 
Anonymous Coward
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01/06/2011 08:39 PM
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Migratory patterns of red-winged blackbirds
Interesting article discussing the migratory patterns of these birds which seem to be getting very hard by whatever it is that is killing them:

[link to digitalcommons.unl.edu]

The article basically says that the period of December 10th thru February 20th is the Winter Roosting period for blackbirds. What is interesting is that during this period, very widely separated groups of blackbirds converge by the millions in a relatively small band of the southeastern US. Co-mingling (not breeding) occurs on a vast scale - allowing for exchange of viruses, bacteria, etc.

Based upon this information, I am starting to suspect a pathogenic cause for the die-off.
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01/06/2011 08:44 PM
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Re: Migratory patterns of red-winged blackbirds
Phtotoxins/aflotoxins, same for the fish, normal happenings, but accelerated and en masse lately, it seems.

The birds diets are all similar, after seeing reports of massive ergot fungus blooms on the gulf coast I was wondering if we'ed see something like this from overwintering birds feeding on fallow fields in the SE area.

S'been my guess too till I hear a better explaination.
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Re: Migratory patterns of red-winged blackbirds
Crashing into cloaked UFOs.

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