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Township police told Gannett they were aware of a memorandum sent
by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, warning about the possibility of a
large number of dead-bird sightings.
Originally posted by hotbakedtater
Bees, bats, birds. How sad. I hate hearing this.
Homeowner Andrea Kipec tells the Courier News of Bridgewater that she's
counted more than 150 dead birds on her property. She's been told by local
officials it's her responsibility to clean them up.
Kipec tells the newspaper that local police informed her they had received an
e-mail from the U.S. Department of Agriculture about a program to poison
blackbirds and starlings, a fact that could not be immediately confirmed.
Advertisement Messages left by both the Courier News and the Associated
Press for state and federal wildlife officials were not immediately returned.
Originally posted by deadline527
Also, I have off work for the next few days so it may even warrant a drive to some of the problem areas. If I can get some good high quality photographs of the situation, the carrion, and birds either in flight or inactive, it could provide clues as to what is causing this.
local police informed her they had received an
e-mail from the U.S. Department of Agriculture about a program to poison blackbirds and starlings