There is something amiss. I see the Turtle doves in Italy died from overeating, but here is a list of recent kills that are not yet explained.
*December 30 - fish started washing up along the sides of the Arkansas River resulting in and estimated 100,000 total.
*December 30 - over 100 tons of dead fish, sardines, croakers, and cat fish wash ashore in Rio De Janerio.
*December 31 - Bebe, Arkansas saw thousands of dead birds, red winged black birds.
*January 1 - Kentucky hundreds of dead birds near Murray State University.
*January 4 -Point Coupee Parish, Louisiana, 500 dead birds, red wing black birds, found along highway.
*January 4 - hundreds of dead fish wash up on the shores of St Clair River Sania, Ontario, Canada.
*January 4 - Orange, Florida, thousands of dead fish on the banks of Spruce Creek.
*January 5 - 2 million dead fish in Chesapeake Bay in Maryland.
*January 5 - 200 dead birds in Tyler Texas.
*January 5 - Wilson, Tennessee, 150 dead birds.
* January 5 - Falkoeping, West Sweden, 50 - 100 dead birds, crows, found on a street in that city.
*January 5 - Kent England, 40,000 dead crabs, velvet swimming crabs, was ashore.
*January 5 - New Zealand, hundreds of red snapper was ashore.