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Where have all the birds gone?

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posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 01:42 PM
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Hi, This is my first thread, so i will make it as clear as possible.

My Partner and I decided to take a walk into our small market town this afternoon, we live at Newton Abbot in Devon United Kingdom.

My Point is, we are normally PLAGUED with pigeons & sea gulls eating all the scraps of food from the fast food huts and rubbish. I have not seen one bird in our town for a week now. I did hear what sounded like birds singing, but that was coming from a bar's sound system, after investigation. (thought it was weird because it didn't sound like the normal birds we have in Devon at this time of year).

Are there any other towns like this? Its becoming quite scary that the governments around the world have not stood up and publicly confirmed whats going on.

Whats your thoughts on this?

Chris
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posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 01:59 PM
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What should the governments be publicly saying is going on?

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posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 02:00 PM
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I'm in the middle of Canada, and I'm missing my birds too. Even with the cold weather, I usually have lots of magpies, and woodpeckers. I don't remember winters here being without certain birds. I saw one bird today, only one, one of the fluffy little winter birds with the white heads and round bodies. I don't remember what they're called, except that they're winter birds.

The woodpeckers were around at xmas time, I remember chasing one off the house, it pecks at my siding. I couldn't get out the door near the bird, it has snow blocking it. That's how I remember how cold it was. Even at -30, I should still have the woodpeckers. They've been around forever here, generations of woodpeckers. I haven't seen them in at least a week.


It's sunny right now, there should be birds out there. I can't see any at all.

I'm on 10 acres, with lots of trees, so they live in my yard. All of a sudden, they're gone.

If they come back, I will post here about it. I hope they come back.



posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 02:05 PM
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Originally posted by badw0lf
What should the governments be publicly saying is going on?

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what they know and quit tryen to keep the D.U.M.B.S to those unworthy
Amazing no one building them condsidered they are being built DOWNWARDS FOR END TIMES USAGE. Sheesh talk about escorting food to its last home. But I guess its deserved for trying to leave others who were labeled worthy above ground. So they can keep they refrigerators im sure there are access points below the dumbs even the builders didnt know were there TRAP DOORS WHEN THE LIGHTS GO OUT OH HOW LUCKY. WHY THE REST OF US FACE WHAT IS UPON US AND DEAL WITH IT. Like I said nice frigez
-GLOBALLY SHALL they RETHINK now!!!!!!!!

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posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 02:05 PM
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Birds, fish, and cowboys....all gone. Where have they gone?



Maybe everybudy's gone surfin?





But seriously I have no idea where all the birds have gone...or why they are dying all the sudden. Gluck to ya!



posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 02:06 PM
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Thank you snow spirit. -30, i could never live near you! i don't like the UK to much neither, i would say move to Oz but, i think they are going to turn into a much bigger version of the UK.



posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 02:09 PM
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I dunno, maybe they are looking into this, when the trade towers went down, every news crew and goverment in the world had a say. Part of the animal food chain is disappearing on us. Im not sure how birds effect our food chain, but i am sure, it will not do it any good.



posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 02:19 PM
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The temperature here fluctuates a lot, right now it's warmed up a bit, to about -15. I remember last week though, trying to get through a snow covered deck to be blocked by a door/gate, and it was soooo cold, and the woodpecker was just ignoring me, because I couldn't get close enough to him to throw snow at him.

The birds here have never been bothered by the cold, magpies even build condo type nests. They go in the side of a big huge nest, and the snow on the nest roof helps insulate.

There's no visible pollution here, just farmland and forest. I'm not seeing the other wildlife as much as previous years either. I usually have lots of deer, foxes, and coyotes. I've seen a few tracks, not sure what, but I used to see more.

That said, my pets are all acting totally normal. 1 cat, and 3 dogs.



posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 02:28 PM
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No birds in lampasas texas either,and we are having a mild winter,right now it is close to 60 degrees,i have not see any birds since i heard the first report,it is creepy,no singing chirping are anything don't understand,but another poster U2 me they live in cove about 30 miles from here they said birds are everywhere in that town



posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 02:42 PM
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I live in Kent on the coast and have been to Sittingbourne today and seen loads of birds all usual species.



posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 02:46 PM
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In Essex here and we have plenty for you if you like!

One especially annoying Magpie that likes to chukka chukka and swoop and peck our free range rabbit!


A tree FULL of starlings the night before last making a racket and lots of seagulls today again after a few days holiday [didn't see any for a short while]

I do have a friend in Cornwall though that said she saw 4 seagulls within half an hour die on her road and another member on here from Cornwall who's wife saw two fall before her stone dead in front of other witnesses....

move to Essex! lol



posted on Jan, 7 2011 @ 03:26 PM
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Originally posted by yzzyUK
One especially annoying Magpie that likes to chukka chukka and swoop and peck our free range rabbit!


I do have a friend in Cornwall though that said she saw 4 seagulls within half an hour die on her road and another member on here from Cornwall who's wife saw two fall before her stone dead in front of other witnesses....


That's disturbing, the seagulls dropping like that.

I saw another lone bird, but it could have been the same one I saw earlier. It's very strange to not see a bunch when it's sunny.

That poor bunny

I'd rather have the rabbits than the magpies, this year I don't seem to have either. I hope I can come back to this thread announcing the birds are back....



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 01:27 PM
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A few birds back today, not the woodpeckers yet. I checked around, many of the plants and trees that the birds have used for food sources, might have drowned with the high water table. They look terrible. I usually have winter berries. None this year that I could find.

Wildlife will have to be moving around lots in the upcoming years, as their food sources change with the wacky weather.



posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 01:43 PM
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I noticed that this morning too, usually there's tons of seagulls and grackels out around 8am, it was around 65 degrees and there were no birds. Around 11am I saw 4 grackels and quite a few seagulls on the beach (gulf coast of texas), but not near the amount I usually see.



posted on Jan, 21 2011 @ 02:00 PM
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This is really strange! I live in Estonia and my mom is living is country house. She has always feeding birds, but last week birds suddenly disappeared! My mom is very experienced and always been interested in birds and she has never seen anything like this. We have usual snowy winter, not as far as cold as last year, but last year we still had birds. It really is creepy, when there´s suddenly complete sinlence and no birds flying all day long.



posted on Jan, 21 2011 @ 05:22 PM
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My woodpecker came back! Pecking on my house again


I miss them when they're not here, and when they come back I have to chase them away from my house siding. In the summer they're much better behaved, they stick to the trees then.

It seems they took a holiday after Xmas, all the wildlife was gone, but it's back now. Not as many deer as before, but I'm seeing them around when I drive to town. I saw a white rabbit today too, it was a good feeling.



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 04:44 AM
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150+ mass animal deaths this month (probably more not reported) when the normal is only 7-8 a month.
maps.google.com...,155.654297&spn=177.753873,193.359375& t=h&z=1

This is a new Earth frequency first detected in 08 but has been spreading throughout the world as reports of "mysterious humming" are on the rise.
www.sott.net...

To make a correlation between the two could explain your lack of birds. This humming is too low for most human to detect but it's likely affecting wild life. Why this humming is here is a mystery, but there's no doubt a lot of geological and electromagnetic change going on with our planet.

Hope that helped solve the missing bird problem. They are possibly trying to evade what 99.9% of humans can't detect yet without proper hardware.

Mason



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 11:40 AM
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Thanks, very interesting! I thought it might be something to do with geomagnetic fields changing. Fortunately we have´t found any dead birds, but they are just gone. Something is definitely going on, I rather think in nature or maybe even Galaxy, than some conspiracy against planet.



posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 06:51 PM
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You are on the right track imo. The animals most likely sense disturbances people cannot that are going on with our planet.

There's actually interplanetary climate change going on. Our entire solar system moves through the galaxy (most think it's stationary) & at regular intervals (every 30-35 or so million yrs) it gets to a point called the Galactic Plane fluorideisbad.files.wordpress.com... This plane is the most dense (highest gravitational portion) of the galaxy (see "Shiva Hypothesis"). 2x ago this happened was when the dinosaurs reign ended. This also increases the chances of being stuck by large meteors or comets (as evidenced by the fact every 35 million yrs we seem to get struck by many meteors) & even 'pole shifts'.

You should feel very special because we are going through this plane now and shall be at the apex next year.
this is something to be witnessed only every 35 million years!

This comet here is most likely to strike us this year (possibly) files.abovetopsecret.com...
Its trajectory path keeps changing & it's hard to predict. But it keeps getting closer & we're likely to at least pass through its tail.

Please note: Galactic plane is not to be confused with the galactic equator (which we pass through twice a year).
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posted on Jan, 22 2011 @ 06:59 PM
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I'm not sure if this is off topic. But I have noticed where birds are not, here's the weird part, being their normal selves. I just left a park in St. Louis, and there were crows, congregating on a section of the park (100's). Is that normal? They were everywhere in a small section of the park, on branches on the ground. Really looked weird. I've seen maybe 15 crows together in my life (I'm 50), but 100's?



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