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Originally posted by MentorsRiddle
Good Evening, Morning or afternoon - which ever the case may be.
This is my first thread on ATS, so I thought I would post about someting relevant to today's world.
I live in Beebe, Arkansas. Where the first reported Bird Die Off's occured.
It has been several days since this was first reported, and I just wanted to give everyone a bit of new information regarding this situation, which I haven't heard on the news or any other media yet.
There are many birds that are still alive - yet they are behaving strange. They do not seem to be able to fly - as if they have lost their ability to fly.
They are just hopping around on the ground. If you approach them, they will try to hop away, but will not fly.
It is possible that they were damaged in their falls from the sky, which rendered them unable to fly - but I just thought I'd give a bit of an update on that, because I found it odd.
That's about it - just wanted to update anyone who would be interested.
I have had the occasional bird flying against the window and survive the crash. But usually after a couple of hours of sitting around they get it together and take off again. But these birds are still not able to fly days after the incident??
Originally posted by FluffChop
I hope it's not the "golf blue plague" killing the fish and birds.We still hear so little, if anything about this microbe BP is using to eat the oil...