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Birds falling dead from Sky in Tennessee, same day as Arkansas town bans fireworks to protect birds. Plus Arctic Birds in Florida (Dec 30)

 
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these are all locations where hydraulic fracturing is happening.

oh no, but its fireworks!!!!

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The birds are all getting scared IN ANTICIPATION of the fireworks that will be shot off later tonight?????

wtf
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I don't get it . Why do they not have problems on the 4th of July ? Strange stuff. I noticed that my Bradford pears started budding last week, usually is in late January. Sure it has been warmer than usual but temperature is not the only factor in this process.
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I don't get it . Why do they not have problems on the 4th of July ? Strange stuff. I noticed that my Bradford pears started budding last week, usually is in late January. Sure it has been warmer than usual but temperature is not the only factor in this process.
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Because it's not fireworks that are the cause, this has been reported in many locations during the past couple years.
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I know things are not right with the birds. I posted today that I had Robins in my Idaho bird feeders. They do not belong here until spring. It is 19 degrees, snowing, frozen soil...but I have Robins in December.

I figure something is going to happen down in S.Cal. and they decided to head north for protection. Or their compasses are off.
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I have robins everywhere, here in mid Missouri. I don't think this is normal as everyone is talking about it?
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This is not normal people, this is a day off from being 3 Years in a row of Birds falling dead from the Sky right around the New Madrid!

wtf spock
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zetas were right! ;)
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As always good eye OP.
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Re: Birds falling dead from Sky in Tennessee, same day as Arkansas town bans fireworks to protect birds. Plus Arctic Birds in Florida (Dec 30)
Now that's odd, I can't say that fireworks were the reason why those birds fell dead in Arkansas.
Why? because haven't they been using fireworks before the birds were falling from the sky?
Birds here don't even migrate south anymore. We have a ton of snow on the ground and supposed to get more but we still have birds. I asked why and my dad told me it was because people feed them. Which could be true but people have always been feeding the birds for years and those birds usually migrated south for the winter. But not this year.

Something's happening that's causing the animals' usual navigation to change or distrupt. Earth's magnetic field?
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What I want to know is what is causing this if not the fireworks but yet on the same days ? PTSD ? We may see many more animals die soon as was the case before. So what is causing this and are large mammals "AT RISK"
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It's an insane excuse, and many here don't buy it. I do live in Beebe so i'll update on what happens if i'm not too drunk.
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Maybe some liberals poisoned them seems to dovetail with the green agenda where animals can now sue you.
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Here is the official excuse:

[link to news.nationalgeographic.com]

But what causes dead birds to fall from the sky en masse? The Arkansas case points to two common culprits: loud noises and crashes.

Beginning at roughly 11:30 p.m. on New Year's Eve Arkansas wildlife officers started hearing reports of birds falling from the sky in a square-mile area of the city of Beebe. Officials estimate that up to 5,000 red-winged blackbirds, European starlings, common grackles, and brown-headed cowbirds fell before midnight.

Results from preliminary testing released Wednesday by the National Wildlife Health Center in Madison, Wisconsin, show the birds died from blunt-force trauma, supporting preliminary findings released by the Arkansas Livestock and Poultry Commission on Monday.

"They collided with cars, trees, buildings, and other stationary objects," said ornithologist Karen Rowe of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.

"Right before they began to fall, it appears that really loud booms from professional-grade fireworks—10 to 12 of them, a few seconds apart—were reported in the general vicinity of a roost of the birds, flushing them out," Rowe said.


No matter what, they can always blame "fireworks". It would be pretty easy to find out who bought these mysterious professional grade fireworks near the bird deaths, there can't be that many suppliers of professional fireworks in Arkansas. Its Arkansas, goodness sakes. And you have to have a permit.

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I know things are not right with the birds. I posted today that I had Robins in my Idaho bird feeders. They do not belong here until spring. It is 19 degrees, snowing, frozen soil...but I have Robins in December.

I figure something is going to happen down in S.Cal. and they decided to head north for protection. Or their compasses are off.
 Quoting: waitn4end


Yeah...I got Robins feeding with the Snow birds here in Western N.C. Mountains (20 DEGREES)....never have I saw this!!
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Listen at .49 seconds. Everyone is noticing. Hopefully this artist can wake up a few that normally would not notice things.

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I have yet to read through this thread im on my cell phone. Is methane the cause?
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Here is the official excuse:

[link to news.nationalgeographic.com]

But what causes dead birds to fall from the sky en masse? The Arkansas case points to two common culprits: loud noises and crashes.

Beginning at roughly 11:30 p.m. on New Year's Eve Arkansas wildlife officers started hearing reports of birds falling from the sky in a square-mile area of the city of Beebe. Officials estimate that up to 5,000 red-winged blackbirds, European starlings, common grackles, and brown-headed cowbirds fell before midnight.

Results from preliminary testing released Wednesday by the National Wildlife Health Center in Madison, Wisconsin, show the birds died from blunt-force trauma, supporting preliminary findings released by the Arkansas Livestock and Poultry Commission on Monday.

"They collided with cars, trees, buildings, and other stationary objects," said ornithologist Karen Rowe of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.

"Right before they began to fall, it appears that really loud booms from professional-grade fireworks—10 to 12 of them, a few seconds apart—were reported in the general vicinity of a roost of the birds, flushing them out," Rowe said.


No matter what, they can always blame "fireworks". It would be pretty easy to find out who bought these mysterious professional grade fireworks near the bird deaths, there can't be that many suppliers of professional fireworks in Arkansas. Its Arkansas, goodness sakes. And you have to have a permit.
 Quoting: zenobiaphobia


Yeah that doesn't fool me either. Not one bit. Are the actually trying to insult our intelligence or something? They should give us a better excuse than that lol
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Re: Birds falling dead from Sky in Tennessee, same day as Arkansas town bans fireworks to protect birds. Plus Arctic Birds in Florida (Dec 30)
Fireworks will scare roosting birds. Witnessed it myself this past forth of July. A large colony of ring billed gulls was startled by them. They where flying in all directions.

As for the Razor bill. Strange that they would venture that far south. Makes me wonder if they know something about the weather, that we don't.
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"startled" Yes,but a lot different then dropping DEAD,Duh.
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They're not DROPPING DEAD....they're flying straight into the ground, like little kamizazee pilots! <sarc>
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You know what it is dontcha ,the truth ,they spent so long telling us everything is fine there ain't nothing wrong everything is due to "global warming" its all our fault ,so therefore they got to nanny us, where as the truth is .....
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Re: Birds falling dead from Sky in Tennessee, same day as Arkansas town bans fireworks to protect birds. Plus Arctic Birds in Florida (Dec 30)
Considering this is one of your threads and you watch the Sun then maybe take into account another influence like the one you were talking about effecting the planet in February.

You stated things to get worse.

Compression of the magnetospher yesterday. The rip is above that area. Their are Aurora's happening and a Solar Wind.

Did the Magnetosphere let in some Geoeffective energy. Did the IMF tip south allowing it in. The rip in the Magnetoshere runs from Greenland thru ontario Canada to the coast Florida in a pretty straight line and is wide. Puts this area in the ball park.

Maybe the influence is happening even closer together but just a little weaker not to cause Earthquakes but strong enough to kill birds in the area.

Dead birds anywhere else in line with the RIP...?
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There's another thread up about dead birds in another location.
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There's another thread up about dead birds in another location.
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Just checked, it's about the same incident.
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I was on the coast last week in Santa Barbara, CA and saw a pod of grey whales HEADING NORTH?! They generally migrate south for the winter to the sea of Cortez and vice versa.

Also, There's been FIVE great white's in the area. one was IN THE HARBOR! They're rare in that area to begin with, and FIVE in the last few months is close to being a phenomenon. I think three surfers were bit, (not killed), and then two more sightings.

And I went hiking and there were "mountain lion" warnings posted all along the trails close to populated areas. I lived there for many years and only saw one mountain lion, (California cougar). I've seen the signs there before (Torro Canyon Park, if anyone here is familiar), but never that close to town. I thought it might just be normal, but my friends living there told me it's actually pretty unusual.

There's a lot less Gamblers Quail here this year (the edge of the desert, north of Phoenix). I really mean a substantial amount less. A lot of people are talking about it. And I got stung by a Bark scorpion a few weeks ago. I stepped on a regular one once and it HURTS, but NOT A REAL BIG DEAL. This one got me on the back of the neck and I blacked out. Gamblers Quail eat scorpions. Less birds, more scorpions. And the great state of Arizona discontinued the use of anti-venom in 2004, genius's that they are. (NOT!)

There's been a lot of *hype* about nature changing, I'm starting to believe it now from personal experience.
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I was on the coast last week in Santa Barbara, CA and saw a pod of grey whales HEADING NORTH?! They generally migrate south for the winter to the sea of Cortez and vice versa.

Also, There's been FIVE great white's in the area. one was IN THE HARBOR! They're rare in that area to begin with, and FIVE in the last few months is close to being a phenomenon. I think three surfers were bit, (not killed), and then two more sightings.

And I went hiking and there were "mountain lion" warnings posted all along the trails close to populated areas. I lived there for many years and only saw one mountain lion, (California cougar). I've seen the signs there before (Torro Canyon Park, if anyone here is familiar), but never that close to town. I thought it might just be normal, but my friends living there told me it's actually pretty unusual.

There's a lot less Gamblers Quail here this year (the edge of the desert, north of Phoenix). I really mean a substantial amount less. A lot of people are talking about it. And I got stung by a Bark scorpion a few weeks ago. I stepped on a regular one once and it HURTS, but NOT A REAL BIG DEAL. This one got me on the back of the neck and I blacked out. Gamblers Quail eat scorpions. Less birds, more scorpions. And the great state of Arizona discontinued the use of anti-venom in 2004, genius's that they are. (NOT!)

There's been a lot of *hype* about nature changing, I'm starting to believe it now from personal experience.
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If you go to the Extincton Protocol and look at the Mass Animal Deaths this year alone its staggering. Somthing is killing birds and migrations are off all over. Their were lemmings that went north into liberia and froze a couple weeks ago...?

Animals migration patterns are tuned to Earths magnetic fields. I would say with all these issue's with the animals that Earths magnetic fields are fucked right up and getting worse. Magnetic North moves 40 miles a year now and has moved so much sice the last time it flipped 40 degrees that we are at a tipping point again.

Somthing is rattling the Magnetics of the planet big time. Somthing bad is going to happen and we all know it.
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Didn't read the thread or links yet, but I need to ask, Do they fall out of the sky on the July 4th?
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"In other weird bird news today thousands of Arctic Birds (Razorbills) have migrated to the wrong location and made their way to South Florida, including the Keys!"

That right there tells you exactly what is going on. The magnetic fields of this planet are undergoing major changes.
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the towns of beebe, arkansas; gilbertsville, kentucky; and labarre, louisiana are all locations of haarp "fine tuning" antennas, and also the locations of the most infamous bird deaths in years past ... here's a good article about it

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Didn't read the thread or links yet, but I need to ask, Do they fall out of the sky on the July 4th?
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No...

People always shoot off fireworks and birds now only don't like them?
Lol right
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the towns of beebe, arkansas; gilbertsville, kentucky; and labarre, louisiana are all locations of haarp "fine tuning" antennas, and also the locations of the most infamous bird deaths in years past ... here's a good article about it

[link to recallthetraitors.com]
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the above post about the haarp activity in the three towns is mine; forgot to log in first DOH!
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This is not normal people, this is a day off from being 3 Years in a row of Birds falling dead from the Sky right around the New Madrid!

wtf spock
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What's the connection . . . in terms of the date?
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I know things are not right with the birds. I posted today that I had Robins in my Idaho bird feeders. They do not belong here until spring. It is 19 degrees, snowing, frozen soil...but I have Robins in December.

I figure something is going to happen down in S.Cal. and they decided to head north for protection. Or their compasses are off.
 Quoting: waitn4end


We always have robins in the winter here in the Mid-Hudson Valley area of New York as there are many people who put out feeders and in spite of snow on the ground and cold weather they are around.

There are many apple orchards around and many are old orchards and the fruit are not picked and with bird feeders round their competition for the fruits are deer, opossums and raccoons.

Making Sense of Robin Migration

All robins are not the same: The vast majority of robins do move south in the winter. However, some stick around — and move around — in northern locations.
Robins migrate more in response to food than to temperature. Fruit is the robin's winter food source. As the ground thaws in the spring, they switch to earthworms and insects. While the robins may arrive when temperatures reach 37 degrees, this is because their food becomes available not because the robins themselves need warm temperatures.
Robins wander in the winter: Temperatures get colder as winter progresses. Robins need more food when it's cold and more and more of the fruit gets eaten. Robins move here and there in response to diminishing food supplies and harsh weather. If all robins wintered at their breeding latitude, there wouldn't be enough fruit for them all. So robins tend to spread out in the winter in search of fruit. Most hang out where fruit is abundant, but some take the risk of staying farther north where smaller amounts of fruit remain.

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