1000+ birds dropped dead from the sky.

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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:24 PM
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It would have to be lots and lots of fireworks to kill birds. I live in a fireworks legal area, and the one thing you don't notice in those vids are the left-over fireworks garbage that I can sometimes find the day after a holiday. It can look like the remnants of a ticker tape parade.............Nope, no fireworks dunnage at all.

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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:24 PM
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Originally posted by AlwaysWondering
CNN is now reporting 4,000 - 5,000 blackbirds fell from the sky in Beebe, up from 1,000.

And the drum fish in Ozark, Ark is estimated to be 100,000 dead in a 20 mile section of the river.

Lots of small EQs in the general area between the dead fish and the dead birds.

Also, these birds should have been roosting/sleeping at 1130 pm on 12/31/10...why did they fall from the sky?

A local meteoroligst was interested in the bird story, so he grabbed radar images from 1130 pm. Closest storm was 50 miles to the east. radar image

The birds in South America that dropped from the sky happened at the place where the 6.5 mag quake just happened, near Bio Bio Chile.......

maybe the New Madrid is going to let go?


That is a chilling thought, what with the unusual EQ activity in Indiana along the New Madrid and related faults.

Does anyone have a map to place the fish kill and the black birds along the NM faultline?


One thing weird: it seems a species specific issue, Drum fish, black birds and starlings..
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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:27 PM
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Yea, I had forgotten about the timing - right before the New Year.

I think we are going to either see another occurance of some type or TPTB will make up some story that we can't buy after they finish their investigation. Iif any of the birds fell on rooftops it would be interesting if someone besides those usually in charge of things were to do their own analysis on the bird and let us know what they turn up. It could be done in a lab at a university if someone had that authority.

How will we ever get the truth of this - very disturbing.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:30 PM
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The local news said that the city of Beebe had hired a "private contractor" to remove all the dead birds... a little odd.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:31 PM
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Very odd, dont believe lightning etc would cause 100 birds to drop dead, also a case simaler to this happened near me in Somerset, UK back in march the link is:

www.dailymail.co.uk...



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:32 PM
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I would be very interested in seeing if Pine Bluff is involved with the genetically modified mosquito tests that are currently being processed.

This could also be from pesticide use if the migratory birds are feeding on corn fields as they move through to the warmer climate.

I'm also consider what the effect of the gulf oil spill is on the inland species. Do clouds form over the gulf and then blow inland over AR?



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:35 PM
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Originally posted by Human_Alien

Originally posted by Lil Drummerboy
or maybe they flew through a methane pocket,.
jus sayin,.
this kind of phenom isnt all the uncommon,.
anyone remember the huge schools of fish that have washed ashore?


It's starting to sound like possibly a quarter million animals (birds and fish) died within days of each other. That's not uncommon? Really? Are there any articles you can provide showing this has happened before?
Not like those fluke events where (although mysterious) one group of animal dies suddenly but.....two separate species within a 100 miles of one another (plus all those south American birds too)

Thanks


The mass of dead animals could be attributed to gas pockets and such, but why does it seem species-specific?

Along side the 100000 drumfish, where are the 100000 catfish or pike or whatever else in in those rich waters of the Arkansas River? Along side the 5000+ blackbirds and related starlings, where are the cardinals, bluejays, and hawks and other birds?

Something odd for sure.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:35 PM
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Frequently the weather systems here in Arkansas are fed by Gulf moisture, but the storms Saturday were from the west over Texas and Oklahoma.

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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:40 PM
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Well, a lot of the time this has to do with poison that farmer's will sometimes lay out. But this is the wrong season for that. Also, the 20 mile stretch of dead fish is also telling.

I would be more concerned about other scavenger animals spreading disease. This scenario sure sounds like the dead rats of the Bubonic plague. The locals might consider taking a vacation until the cause is figured out or at least keep their kids inside.

In any case, the fact that the government isn't even up front about the disfiguring disease that spreading across the Gulf coast doesn't give me much confidence in the welfare of the people in Arkansas.
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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:40 PM
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Private contractor - that is a bit odd. I wonder if they are instructed to search the trees and roofs - if some landed there the count may be higher than thought originally. If they are contaminated they all need to be taken away or that will not be good for people and other animals.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:41 PM
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This happened in Western Australia some years back too.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:44 PM
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I too would suggest locals keep their children and pets indoors and take precaution when going outside - not touching anything until further reports come thru.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:44 PM
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I can`t wait to see what they are going to tell us here in Arkansas... but I hope its truthful. I have many pets (several birds included) and if this is an avain and aquatic issue I`d really like to know how to protect my animals (and myself if necessary)



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:44 PM
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Originally posted by CIAGypsy

Originally posted by Ahmose
Yeah,
Not exactly the same place..
but still Arkansas.
and '2 hours difference *by car* ' is really not much ...
In the "grand scale" of things..
it's pretty much right on top of each other..

Strange..


Oh, I agree that it is beyond strange.... However, I don't necessarily think that whatever killed the fish is the same thing that killed the birds. Are they still related? Who knows....but it bears looking into.


Yeah , I agree.



I still get the feeling that this is some sort of outcome from a classified military project.


First thing that came to (and stuck in) my mind also.
Just doesn't feel "natural" to me..


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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:49 PM
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It is interesting that the 3 anomalies occur in a line -

1. The drum fish were along 20 miles of river in Logan county around Ozark, AR
2. The swarm earthquakes are occurring between Guy and Greenbrier, AR
3. The blackbird died within a 1 mile radius of Beebe, AR

LOOK AT THESE ON A MAP!!!

However, that being said....the Arkansas river does not appear to go anywhere near Beebe or Greenbrier/Guy. Therefore, the cause is not likely to the be same unless it is something within the ground such a magnetic anomaly or something of that nature...

I've been looking into the biology of blackbirds trying to figure out what would make them susceptible that other birds wouldn't have. So far...no luck. You can't single them out for being migratory because there are a large majority of migratory birds in that area which were not affected.

What causes a killing agent to discriminate a species???? DNA????



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:53 PM
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Originally posted by CIAGypsy
It is interesting that the 3 anomalies occur in a line -

1. The drum fish were along 20 miles of river in Logan county around Ozark, AR
2. The swarm earthquakes are occurring between Guy and Greenbrier, AR
3. The blackbird died within a 1 mile radius of Beebe, AR

LOOK AT THESE ON A MAP!!!

However, that being said....the Arkansas river does not appear to go anywhere near Beebe or Greenbrier/Guy. Therefore, the cause is not likely to the be same unless it is something within the ground such a magnetic anomaly or something of that nature...

I've been looking into the biology of blackbirds trying to figure out what would make them susceptible that other birds wouldn't have. So far...no luck. You can't single them out for being migratory because there are a large majority of migratory birds in that area which were not affected.

What causes a killing agent to discriminate a species???? DNA????


And what kind of killing agent can include a specific species of fish, and no other, and also a specific species of bird? Plus a number of related starlings.

It sounds like a pathogen, not an environmental influence. But to work across such diverse and specific species? Too weird
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posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:53 PM
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Why don’t someone piece together what these two species have in common! Look at their behaviors, where they travel from and to/to and from.
**I will but cant right now



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:59 PM
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Originally posted by Sippy Cup
Why don’t someone piece together what these two species have in common! Look at their behaviors, where they travel from and to/to and from.
**I will but cant right now



I would but it's not really my area of expertise; if you had a computer with delusions of God-hood, then I'd be your man.



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:59 PM
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Originally posted by mydarkpassenger

And what kind of killing agent can include a specific species of fish, and no other, and also a specific species of bird? Plus a number of related starlings.


Unless the species were targeted separately as two different tests.... Remember that the drum fish happened around the 28th of December, I think.... The birds happened around midnight on NYE.


Something interesting to add....although I doubt it has any relevance. Several years ago, I took a theory project to UAMS (University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences - a university hospital in LR) which was based on using resonance of DNA along with other DNA fingerprints to find and target missing people. Of course, there were other implications to my research and project which could include weaponry based on these theories... Some small little voice in the back of my head is wondering if my research and/or theories were passed from UAMS to Little Rock AFB or another military entity. Hmm.... Big stretch....but not as crazy as "fireworks killing 5000 blackbirds discriminately."



posted on Jan, 2 2011 @ 09:59 PM
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Originally posted by MikeboydUS
Anyone have any real ideas?


Suicide pact?





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