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posted on Feb, 20 2009 @ 10:56 PM
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reply to post by schrodingers dog
 


There is "Much Mentioned" in a lot of different geological locations, it seems as if there is something smelling in the actuality of this event.
Zorgon had created a thread based on a "rip" in our earth's magnetosphere, and also there has been discussion of our solar systems heliosphere being somewhat "Vanishing" as well.

Zorgons thread:

www.abovetopsecret.com...

And foremanator had this thread:

www.abovetopsecret.com...

I tried to connect these facts and the possible effects on air bound birds, but come up with other discussion forums speaking of this same event, and nothing really proof positive, but, I for one, am leaning towards the possible radiation effects taking precedence in something that would be placed in upper atmospheric regions of the earths surface, err go "Birds" being contaminated and by "Possible" radiation fluxes and charges due to these events of our magnetosphere and heliosphere abnormalities.

There is something brewing with these events, and if it is what I perceive it to be, "We are in for one rude awakening of living life as we currently know it."
But, with all actual perceptions of possible "Reasons" why this is happening, it could be any one of the mentioned scenario's, "Just hope it isn't the one I am deducing."




posted on Feb, 20 2009 @ 11:09 PM
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I have no expertise on this subject so please forgive my ignorance.

Is it really possible to get that much radiation through our atmosphere so as to kill something as large as a bird?

I was always under the impression that such radiation would take years to accumulate to the level of being lethal. Of course this might have been going on for years I suppose and we are only now seeing the affects. Somehow it seems a little far fetched. After all if this were true it would presumably indicate a prelude to a mass extinction.

Maybe the NWO is testing "it" on birds before they use "it" on us.



posted on Feb, 20 2009 @ 11:27 PM
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From what I can gather, for I am not a "Specialist" of radiant factors either, there has been talk of our government being aware of these events taking place and remaining "Quiet" for the protection of an utter out break of total chaos of the general public knowing about these events with our Magnetosphere and Heliosphere dilemma's.
There was a "Web-bot 2012" mentioning the on going events and how it was rejected by, or at least by, our US governments acknowledgements.



As a species of intelligent capabilities, it is the first time in human history that these events have occurred, and there is basically no known way to measure the bombardments of "Unknown" radiant coming in from or outer Heliosphere protection grid.
In other words "They can't figure out how or what to measure for the security of the population of our planet, bird, Ox or human."

All I can truly attest t is "There is no media acknowledgements of these events, other than small privy information leaks such as I have shared here with you."

Scientists are truly drawing a blank, both for the reaction from world leaders and the possible effects of earths current state of existence and the possible out come of such an event, they plain and simply are at the mercy of the cosmos, for lack of a better word.

Then again, I may be looking into this theory to critical, it does allow a possible answer for these scenarios taking place, and especially at this particular juncture during these events having been pretty much coincide and coincidental at the same times.



posted on Feb, 21 2009 @ 07:46 AM
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Dead birds prompt tourist complaints


The Moyne Shire says tourists have started complaining about the number of dead mutton birds on Griffiths Island near Port Fairy.



Fisherman say hundreds of the birds are being killed daily by a group of foxes living on the island.


www.abc.net.au...

Foxes?? Boy they use any excuse that they can come up with to explain the dead birds. We have plenty of Foxes where I live and I don't see dead birds laying around, plus don't you think if they caught one they would eat it??



posted on Feb, 21 2009 @ 07:59 AM
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Did You See This In The Media?? Dead Birds In Tenn.........


The call was not unusual: “There are thousands of birds in my yard. Help!”


nwtntoday.com...

You really have to search to find news about these events. The media is not covering the dead bird issue or is the government putting a 'hush' on the subject.

I have heard of reports of more dead birds along the east coast......Can anyone confirm? I have also heard that the bird deaths where moving inward from the east and this report in Tenn verifies the info.

Be concerned citizens!



posted on Feb, 21 2009 @ 08:04 AM
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Sorry, I wasn't able to read the whole thread as i will be leaving soon. I just wanted to ask if this may have anything to do with the new solar cycle, if it's not poison...

Strangely enough, I noticed about 10-15 dead birds of various species like pigions, sparrows, and several scrub jays dead on the streets yesterday!! I even told my g/f about and she said she saw 2 dead birds out in front of her college a couple days ago. Thats why this thread caught my eye.

Sorry if this has been covered already. I gotta run!



posted on Feb, 21 2009 @ 08:22 AM
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What part of this world are you finding dead birds??



posted on Feb, 21 2009 @ 08:22 AM
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I have a strange feeling it may have to do with the solar activity. I found another 3 dead birds near our bushes this past week. The crow I was watching died yesterday. So something is up. I also have been noticing alot less huge flocks of birds then normal. Usually we have flocks with hundreds of birds in them this time of the year passing through. This year there is maybe 50 birds per flock at the max.

first the bees die off now the birds. this can not be good.



posted on Feb, 21 2009 @ 08:27 AM
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Sorry, I don't remember where you were from. I think you said in an earlier post............



posted on Feb, 21 2009 @ 09:37 AM
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Fresno is where I'm at. I'll be out and about running around today. I'll be sure to keep my eyes open and report how many i see later. I'm sure theres bound to be some with how many i saw yesterday.



posted on Feb, 21 2009 @ 10:20 AM
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Starting a list of states and cities where dead birds have been found in the US over the past couple of months.

States
Tenn
SC
NJ
Oregon
California
Texas (last year)

Cities
Washington DC Feb 09
FRANKLIN, N.J. Jan 09
Union City, Tenn Feb 09
Fresno, Cal Feb 09
Baja, Cal Jan 09
Southern Oregon Jan 09
Los Angeles, Cal Jan 09

Please post your city and I will keep this list updated...........

[edit on 21-2-2009 by Cloudsinthesky]

[edit on 21-2-2009 by Cloudsinthesky]

[edit on 21-2-2009 by Cloudsinthesky]



posted on Feb, 21 2009 @ 02:10 PM
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Dead birds composted in flu case



www.producer.com...

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has started the process of in-barn composting of birds in two British Columbia barns after avian influenza was discovered at the end of January.




As of Feb. 1, 36 farms have been quarantined so the agency can monitor the spread of the virus. CFIA monitoring includes testing commercial flocks within a three kilometre radius of the two positive barns and those identified as being linked with the infected premise.



Just a little info of what is going on to the North of us who live in the US



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[edit on 21-2-2009 by Cloudsinthesky]



posted on Mar, 31 2009 @ 04:19 PM
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Just a final update on this thread as I saw some news on this today.


BLACKSBURG, Va. - A wildlife expert is urging Virginia residents to clean and sanitize their backyard feeders following a salmonella outbreak linked to a rise in songbird deaths in several states.

Jim Parkhurst is an associate professor of wildlife at Virginia Tech's College of Natural Resources. He says a number of songbird deaths have been reported in Virginia, particularly in the western and southwestern parts of the state.

Parkhurst says salmonella occurs in wildlife in regular cycles.

Researchers have reported salmonella-related bird deaths throughout the Southeast. Birds normally carry some salmonella bacteria in their digestive tracks, and periods of stress such as cold weather or food shortages can weaken their systems.

Contaminated seed may be partly to blame.

"We actually have two things going on here," Parkhurst says. "One is the naturally occurring disease vectors in nature that...we suspect has been supplemented by contaminated seed stock." wtop


So that would seem to be a reasonable explanation for the dead bird sightings a month or so ago.

As per usual this could also be yet another government coverup ...



posted on Apr, 4 2009 @ 11:54 PM
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Originally posted by schrodingers dog
Just a final update on this thread as I saw some news on this today.


BLACKSBURG, Va. - A wildlife expert is urging Virginia residents to clean and sanitize their backyard feeders following a salmonella outbreak linked to a rise in songbird deaths in several states.

Jim Parkhurst is an associate professor of wildlife at Virginia Tech's College of Natural Resources. He says a number of songbird deaths have been reported in Virginia, particularly in the western and southwestern parts of the state.

Parkhurst says salmonella occurs in wildlife in regular cycles.

Researchers have reported salmonella-related bird deaths throughout the Southeast. Birds normally carry some salmonella bacteria in their digestive tracks, and periods of stress such as cold weather or food shortages can weaken their systems.

Contaminated seed may be partly to blame.

"We actually have two things going on here," Parkhurst says. "One is the naturally occurring disease vectors in nature that...we suspect has been supplemented by contaminated seed stock." wtop


So that would seem to be a reasonable explanation for the dead bird sightings a month or so ago.

As per usual this could also be yet another government coverup ...



My little area seems to have returned to normal so this the most likely scenario for my local.



posted on May, 11 2009 @ 12:19 PM
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Here in Southern California, we have local government websites which allow persons to post information about the sightings of dead birds, because of concerns about outbreaks of West Nile virus:


www.westnile.ca.gov...


That is one such link. About 2 years ago I noticed 2 dead birds in a yard of a house I was visiting in a rural area. I emailed a report on that to a regional resource conservation district office, but it was a week or so before a scientist got back to me with further questions, and in that time, the bodies went missing (coyotes probably). So if you really want to know the cause, use plastic gloves and plastic bags to collect the corpses, and store them in your freezer until local government resources can take a look. Or contact your local public health department for their advice.



posted on May, 22 2009 @ 01:03 AM
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I have seen 6 dirds within the past 2 days. I haven't been looking for them they have just been in the path of where I have been going. All Robins. I live in Kansas and I have never seen this before. I thought maybe it was an omen but I have looked into it and I'm not the only one to notice.



posted on May, 22 2009 @ 01:56 AM
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I live in California

Ive been seeing dead or dying birds too. Somethings up.



posted on May, 22 2009 @ 07:45 AM
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Living here my entire life ( No. Wis.) no dead birds but species I have never seen before.

Many times I have had to refer to the " bird book " for ID.

Why are these birds here? Are they leaving their traditional nesting areas.

Very odd.



posted on May, 22 2009 @ 07:56 AM
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I live on the SW MO boarder............what part of KS do you live?



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