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More Bird Deaths Yankton Sees Bird Kill-Off

 
Earth Cries

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Yankton Sees Bird Kill-Off

[link to www.yankton.net]
Mark 13:20 And except that the Lord had shortened those days, no flesh should be saved: but for the elect's sake, whom he hath chosen, he hath shortened the days.
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Yankton Sees Bird Kill-Off

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 Quoting: Earth Cries

I live 30 miles west of Yankton and am not suprised it happened here. I went to Sioux City over the weekend and on the way home saw a group of robins. My heart just sunk, for I knew it was to cold for them and they were not going to make it.

Something is convincing their migrating clocks to go off early. There are to many birds that are in this area that should not be until April. All I can say is, my Spirit goes out to them and feels there sadness and confusion. heartbreak
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The innocent always suffer. So sad.
Mark 13:20 And except that the Lord had shortened those days, no flesh should be saved: but for the elect's sake, whom he hath chosen, he hath shortened the days.
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I want to know who is trying to feed the masses that this is "normal". All of this that is happening is NOT normal!
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TPTB are along with the MSM.
Perhaps they are trying to condition people to get used to seeing these mass die offs.
They are not normal, in my opinion.
Mark 13:20 And except that the Lord had shortened those days, no flesh should be saved: but for the elect's sake, whom he hath chosen, he hath shortened the days.
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Yankton Sees Bird Kill-Off



More than 200 starlings were found dead in downtown Yankton Monday. Officials attribute the cause of the deaths to the fact that the birds had not migrated from the area.

Officials: Cause Of The Deaths Poses No Danger To Humans

[link to www.yankton.net]
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We live in N.E , I'm not a Bird watcher so I don't know their names but I have been noticing that their calls are that of Spring Birds as well, started noticing it about a month ago. It really is very strange and I'm not liking it. I know how you feel about seeing Robins..It is all so sad.
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I'm sure it's unrelated...just a coincidence, an isolated case...I wouldn't worry about it...really...I mean it.
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When half of the people get the idea that they do not have to work because the other half is going to take care of them, and the other half gets the idea that it does no good to work because somebody else is going to get what they work for, that my dear friend, is the beginning of the end of any nation.

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However, scientists have been downplaying the events.

“Five billion birds die in the U.S. every year,” Melanie Driscoll, a biologist and director of bird conservation for the Gulf of Mexico and Mississippi Flyway for the National Audubon Society, told the New York Times recently.

That means 13.7 million birds die in the United States every day, the Times points out.

Nevertheless, the explanations of scientists don’t always ease the shock of seeing so many dead animals in one place.



I don't ever remember hearing about these types of mass animal deaths in the last 50 years...Day after day...
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Robins are outside singing like it's a spring day...
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I thought "kill" was no longer acceptable verbage?

"Bird Reduction Event"....less SCARY!
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Birds are among the most beautiful treasures of the Earth. Their sudden large-scale deaths is a very ominous sign. Something deadly is sweeping over our world. The dying flocks of birds are making us aware of it.
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How does that work? Are you throwing up a BS flag because you are saying birds did not die? OP hasn't made any weird claims, just posted a link.
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What should be asked is why they didnt migrate. "Some birds were still clinging to the trees, it was creepy" "never seen anything like it" "2012" were all mentioned. Now someone please explain...Why the fuck are they dropping in mass quantities? Birds, fish and cows DON'T drop dead OVERNIGHT! Government, deity, 2012, Pole shift...I'd like to hear a SCIENTIFIC EXPLENATION. Wouldnt you? But my money is on "pole shift" theory.
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I want to know who is trying to feed the masses that this is "normal". All of this that is happening is NOT normal!
 Quoting: Ga2Cali

THANK YOU!
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However, scientists have been downplaying the events.

“Five billion birds die in the U.S. every year,” Melanie Driscoll, a biologist and director of bird conservation for the Gulf of Mexico and Mississippi Flyway for the National Audubon Society, told the New York Times recently.

That means 13.7 million birds die in the United States every day, the Times points out.

Nevertheless, the explanations of scientists don’t always ease the shock of seeing so many dead animals in one place.



I don't ever remember hearing about these types of mass animal deaths in the last 50 years...Day after day...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1211208

scientists - Why do we call people who look at a problem and scratch their heads, scientists?
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What should be asked is why they didnt migrate. "Some birds were still clinging to the trees, it was creepy" "never seen anything like it" "2012" were all mentioned. Now someone please explain...Why the fuck are they dropping in mass quantities? Birds, fish and cows DON'T drop dead OVERNIGHT! Government, deity, 2012, Pole shift...I'd like to hear a SCIENTIFIC EXPLENATION. Wouldnt you? But my money is on "pole shift" theory.
 Quoting: Master Keef



Agreed. What the hell are starlings and robins doing in South Dakota before April 1st? I mean, ok, I know that sometimes they live by McDonald's and stick around to eat the fries and get really fat and can't make the trip, but that's usually about 10-15 birds, not 200 or better.
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interesting, at least the migration issue was used here rather than fireworks, indigestion, or drive by vehicles.
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Exactly. They're early, but why? When is the damn news gonna give me real fucking news? They just cast it off because no one is interested in it anymore? For shits sake! People are afraid of this to the point that they pray to their deity! I find this coverage dissapointing in the media, it should have an official explanation. Anyone who believes this is still a firework related incident just GTFO!!!
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However, scientists have been downplaying the events.

“Five billion birds die in the U.S. every year,” Melanie Driscoll, a biologist and director of bird conservation for the Gulf of Mexico and Mississippi Flyway for the National Audubon Society, told the New York Times recently.

That means 13.7 million birds die in the United States every day, the Times points out.

Nevertheless, the explanations of scientists don’t always ease the shock of seeing so many dead animals in one place.



I don't ever remember hearing about these types of mass animal deaths in the last 50 years...Day after day...

scientists - Why do we call people who look at a problem and scratch their heads, scientists?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 762964

They're using authority figures to get the public to swallow their stories. Although many birds die of natural causes they don't die by the hundreds and thousands at the same time. Those normal bird deaths occur at different times for different birds....the same as happens for all mortal living things including humans.
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interesting, at least the migration issue was used here rather than fireworks, indigestion, or drive by vehicles.
 Quoting: OVRANALYZE

Glad you caught that as well. "Still clinging to the trees" Earth changes?
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darn fireworks onoznoz
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Some of the more creative accounts have the deaths related to secretive government experiments or, for those familiar with the movie “2012” and many books with similar apocalyptic predictions, the supposed end of the world.

However, scientists have been downplaying the events.



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listen these things happened before - our lives are so media interconnected what we have here is instant reporting and we are just overwhelmed .... that and the world is ending ....get used to it
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However, scientists have been downplaying the events.

“Five billion birds die in the U.S. every year,” Melanie Driscoll, a biologist and director of bird conservation for the Gulf of Mexico and Mississippi Flyway for the National Audubon Society, told the New York Times recently.

That means 13.7 million birds die in the United States every day, the Times points out.

Nevertheless, the explanations of scientists don’t always ease the shock of seeing so many dead animals in one place.



I don't ever remember hearing about these types of mass animal deaths in the last 50 years...Day after day...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1211208



WHAT? First there were saying that hundreds of birds die every year now its BILLIONS?



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However, scientists have been downplaying the events.

“Five billion birds die in the U.S. every year,” Melanie Driscoll, a biologist and director of bird conservation for the Gulf of Mexico and Mississippi Flyway for the National Audubon Society, told the New York Times recently.

That means 13.7 million birds die in the United States every day, the Times points out.

Nevertheless, the explanations of scientists don’t always ease the shock of seeing so many dead animals in one place.



I don't ever remember hearing about these types of mass animal deaths in the last 50 years...Day after day...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1211208



This has to be right up there with the biggest lie every told.

In all my long life I have never seen dead birds laying around.

Perhaps in my whole life I have come upon 7 dead birds and now they are trying to tell us that 13.7 million die every DAY.

What a load of crap.

Don't you find it interesting that when birds die a natural death it is one at a time and you almost never find the carcass as they just seem to have a way to hide themselves when they know old age has got them????????

But now they are laying in great numbers in clusters in a small geographical area.
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Yankton Sees Bird Kill-Off

[link to www.yankton.net]
 Quoting: Earth Cries

Stop this stupidness the Earth doesn't give a fuck about you fool.
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Yankton Sees Bird Kill-Off

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 Quoting: Earth Cries
reads like yet another new spin on this. lack of migration this time. and some stats about how many birds die a year..
forget that what has been happening is highly UNUSUAL..just bring up the stats and try to keep the lies straight...