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“I have no idea,” Fisher says in the video, as he pans the camera to reveal what appears to be dozens of birds lying dead on the ground.
Desmond said it is difficult to say how many birds are dying, but that there have been reports across the state. “I can say it would easily be in the hundreds of thousands of birds.
New Mexico residents have come across dead birds on hiking trails, in missile ranges and other locations in the state, NBC News reported.
Multiple agencies, including the Bureau of Land Management and the White Sands Missile Range, are investigating the issue.
Russian scientist Afanasiy Ilich Tobonov researched mass animal deaths in the 1990s and concluded that the mass deaths of birds and wildlife in the Sakha Republic were noted only along the flight paths of space rockets.
originally posted by: TEOTWAWKIAIFF
a reply to: putnam6
The elephant die off was Cyanobacteria in the lakes.
Maybe the same thing? That would make climate change a “real deal” that cannot be called ‘fake news’ and ignored.
YAY massive die offs, whale beachings, hurricanes, wildfires, hail, (even more weather stuff), record hot months across the globe,... when does the lying end???!!
And it is not to the public but themselves.
Hundreds of thousands of birds found mysteriously dead in New Mexico were likely killed by a historic cold snap — not raging wildfires, researchers said in a report Wednesday.
Experts had previously said that the feathered creatures may have been harmed by smoke from the dozens of wildfires tearing through the Western US.
But after conducting tests, UNM researchers say a cold front blowing historically low temperatures down the Rocky Mountains likely killed off insects eaten by the birds, as well as induced hypothermia.
They found a lack of fat stores and atrophied breast muscles in the birds — signs of dehydration and starvation they say probably killed the birds.