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More Bird Deaths Yankton Sees Bird Kill-Off

 
Juniper from Jupiter

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Wow. Yankton is only an hour away from me.
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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?

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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they're pissin on us and tellin us it's rain. i don't appreciate that one bit.
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Yankton Sees Bird Kill-Off

[link to www.yankton.net]

Stop this stupidness the Earth doesn't give a fuck about you fool.
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Why would our planet care about the species who are killing it gradually? On another note, the planet cant "think"
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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


1976. 15 million fish die in Chesapeake Bay.

Early 1900s, though a little outside the 50-year 'limit'- 750,000 birds drop out of the sky across several square miles.

1980. Chesapeake again, a smaller number than four years before, but still in the millions.

There's also been cited cases of tens of thousands of birds and fish dying from diseases in these arguments.

And considering that five billion birds die every year in the US, this is trifling, frankly.

This shit has happened before. Granted, not as quickly, but the 1900s kill alone dwarfs almost all of the confirmed cases combined except for the two million dead at Chesapeake, and past incidents surpass that.
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Yankton Sees Bird Kill-Off

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Stop this stupidness the Earth doesn't give a fuck about you fool.

Why would our planet care about the species who are killing it gradually? On another note, the planet cant "think"
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Dude its a PLANET get a fucking brain!
We are not killing anything you stupid fool the Earth could wipe us all out in the blink of a fucking eye we are but ants on it.
You are one seriously deluded brainwashed fool.
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idiot
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double Idiot
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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...


1976. 15 million fish die in Chesapeake Bay.

Early 1900s, though a little outside the 50-year 'limit'- 750,000 birds drop out of the sky across several square miles.

1980. Chesapeake again, a smaller number than four years before, but still in the millions.

There's also been cited cases of tens of thousands of birds and fish dying from diseases in these arguments.
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Link?
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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...


1976. 15 million fish die in Chesapeake Bay.

Early 1900s, though a little outside the 50-year 'limit'- 750,000 birds drop out of the sky across several square miles.

1980. Chesapeake again, a smaller number than four years before, but still in the millions.

There's also been cited cases of tens of thousands of birds and fish dying from diseases in these arguments.

Link?
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[link to content.usatoday.com]

Call this dubious or bogus, if you will, but numerous sources are cited.

Chesapeake also suffered an oil spill in 1976, and is also home to one of the planet's marine dead zones, where hypoxic waters kill about 75,000 tons of clams and worms each year. Said areas have also been known to cause fish kills.
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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...


1976. 15 million fish die in Chesapeake Bay.

Early 1900s, though a little outside the 50-year 'limit'- 750,000 birds drop out of the sky across several square miles.

1980. Chesapeake again, a smaller number than four years before, but still in the millions.

There's also been cited cases of tens of thousands of birds and fish dying from diseases in these arguments.

Link?


[link to content.usatoday.com]

Call this dubious or bogus, if you will, but numerous sources are cited.

Chesapeake also suffered an oil spill in 1976, and is also home to one of the planet's marine dead zones, where hypoxic waters kill about 75,000 tons of clams and worms each year. Said areas have also been known to cause fish kills.
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Thanks for the link. Will read it later. For now, "must take flight" so to speak.
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Yankton Sees Bird Kill-Off

[link to www.yankton.net]
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Definitely still not a good time to be a bird on this planet.
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Weird. I saw two flocks of Canadian geese this week heading north. It's too early for them to head back home.
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idiot

double Idiot
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The idiocy ends here ^

Hehe. =P
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13.7 million birds die in the United States.

13.7 Billion merger and a bird named Ashley W. Turton.
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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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Going with your premise, 185,000 people die in the US each day, but I don't see/hear "media grand standing" over these NORMAL occurrences?
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Wow, I only live an hour away from Yankton
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Starlings again
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Wow. Yankton is only an hour away from me.
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In which direction, may I ask? I am only an hour away as well.

hf
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The birds hadn't migrated huh? Pole shift......much?
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My UAV hates Birds.
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now they are trying to tell us that 13.7 million die every DAY.


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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

Going with your premise, 185,000 people die in the US each day, but I don't see/hear "media grand standing" over these NORMAL occurrences?
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Thats because 250,000 are born everyday to replace them. Population is 6.85 billion now, 100% increase since 70's
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Yankton Sees Bird Kill-Off

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 Quoting: Earth Cries

WHAT THE FUCKING BLOODY HELL??????????
OK I am scared to pieces now this is no longer ha ha funny
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good, maybe we've finally found a way to rid north america of those little invasive starling bastards.

200 down, only several billion more to go
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I THINK I MIGHT HAVE SOLVED THE MYSTERY BEHIND THESE MASS ANIMAL DIE-OFFS

Check out my thread.

Thread: Updates Posted Daily !!!! I THINK I MIGHT HAVE SOLVED THE MYSTERY BEHIND THESE MASS ANIMAL DIE-OFFS !!!!
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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


154400 people die per day but but the media would not freaks out if a dozen unexplained deaths happened at the same time/place?
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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...


154400 people die per day but but the media would not freaks out if a dozen unexplained deaths happened at the same time/place?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 957169



can you imagine.
Everyone in a Walgreens in Alabama dropped dead.
Everyone driving on an interstate in Kentucky dropped dead.
Everyone in a subdivision in Texas dropped dead.

We are investigating these occurrences but are sure they are very explainable and happen all the time.
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Wow. Yankton is only an hour away from me.

In which direction, may I ask? I am only an hour away as well.

hf
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Well, I guess it's an hour and a half away. When I was living in North Dakota I took Yankton to Sioux City and then headed south towards home.

I live about a half hour to 45 minutes south of Sioux City (in Nebraska).
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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...


154400 people die per day but but the media would not freaks out if a dozen unexplained deaths happened at the same time/place?



can you imagine.
Everyone in a Walgreens in Alabama dropped dead.
Everyone driving on an interstate in Kentucky dropped dead.
Everyone in a subdivision in Texas dropped dead.


We are investigating these occurrences but are sure they are very explainable and happen all the time.
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That's a scary thought!
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Yankton Sees Bird Kill-Off

[link to www.yankton.net]
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Notice also it is next to a large body of Water. See the river if you look up on Google map.

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