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Originally posted by boo1981
I have noticed for the past few mornings that the birds are full of song, and especially the seagulls. They have been very noise!!
Originally posted by isitjustme
I have a B.S. in biology and took several wildlife biology classes and have been an avid wildlife watcher for a very long time. I can tell you that if this has happened with birds and fish before it never made the news. I am sure that the experts really don't have a handle on what's going on right now. If the deaths were more localized it would be easier to determine the cause. I do have a feeling that it will be something fairly serious when the cause is determined. If this wasn't winter I think frogs and other amphibians would also be found dead.
Originally posted by Ratisch
I've noticed something strange with the birds in my area since late fall. I have several bird feeders around my property and have always had a multitude of birds hanging about all the time. But since the end of November, it seems they all packed up and moved away. I haven't had to refill a single feeder. Normally, during the winter months, I am refilling them almost every other day. It has been bothering me, and now with all the unexplained deaths popping up all over the place, I'm very concerned with what is happening.
Originally posted by OutKast Searcher
birds die...happens all the time...people are just hyper-aware and on the look out now.
If "something" is happening...it is so random to location and which birds it effects that there is no pattern at all.
When everyone in the world has dead birds in their yard...wake me up.
Originally posted by jedi_hamster
c'mon, this thread deserves much more attention.
live long and prosper