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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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12/31/2012 09:40 PM
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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)
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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(I can hear official explanation now) "The open beers and fermented watermelon left out after picnics sedate them and they sleep through it."

The solution to the bird deaths-get the birds drunk before the fireworks!*

Wait, this will not work:

[link to www.bbc.co.uk]

Alcohol poisoning, not avian flu, killed Romanian birds People who discovered the dead birds were worried they had died of avian flu

Birds that were thought to have died from avian flu in Romania instead apparently drank themselves to death
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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)
Didn't read the thread or links yet, but I need to ask, Do they fall out of the sky on the July 4th?
 Quoting: novamom


No...

People always shoot off fireworks and birds now only don't like them?
Lol right
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K, I was just checking. I would say its funny, but, its really not.
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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)
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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)
I was waiting for this new year row of mass animals deaths. The trend stated strong on 2011, followed stringer in 2012, and now it seems we are going for a repeat. Things that make you go Hmmmm.
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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)
Crazy ass shit, thanks OP for sharing
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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.
 Quoting: Blue Skies


Well every year we have bonfire night here in the UK.
They set them off a week before and up to a week after every night and guess what no reported bird deaths.
Also counts for New Years eve Fireworks.
Shit just search YT for major city events on new years eve.
London for example they go off for ages and they put on a massive show.
Any reported bird deaths NOPE!
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