Originally posted by TheUnseenEye
I hate when people say that animals die in large amounts every year. That maybe true but never have the animals died to unexplained reasons and become
so big shortly after the new years start. I think something big is happening and idk about everyone else here but I am going to try and figure this
out. If I die along the way...hey I died but at least I died trying to exploit the truth to the American People.
Again, picking a random year...this time it's 2007. As the internet logs more and more data each year, these reports can increase each year. I'm
sure if I continue searching January 2007, I would likely find a lengthy list oft of animal group deaths. Many of the most recent unexplained 2011
deaths are still under investigation...that's why there is still a "mystery". Though, I'd warrant that some people on ATS will not accept any
natural explanation citing it as a cover-up. If you really want to know the hows and whys birds die en masse, I'd recommend studying up on
ornithology. Speculation is merely that...speculation. I'm not saying it's impossible that 3000 birds hit a UFO or flew through a secret
government HAARP emission or "chemtrail", but the likeliest of answers is that it is attributed to natural causes (or pollutants/environmental,
etc). But, truth be told, these "mass" deaths occur a LOT. Just search for yourselves. Talk to an ornithologist and you may be rewarded with even
more enlightenment on these types of things. Just sayin'.
Around New Years, 2007
Dec 13, 2006 - Thousands of ducks mysteriously dying in Idaho
SALMON, Idaho, Dec 13 (Reuters) - Officials scrambled on Wednesday to determine what has caused the deaths of thousands of mallard ducks in
south-central Idaho near the Utah border...
Wildlife officials are calling the massive die-off alarming, with the number of dead mallards rising from 1,000 on Tuesday to more than 2,000 by
Dec 18, 2006 - France tests dead birds, does not suspect bird flu
PARIS, Dec 18 (Reuters) - Officials are carrying out tests to see what caused the deaths of some 4,000 chickens on a farm in northeastern France, but
initial indications did not point to bird flu, the agriculture ministry said on Monday.
Dec 19, 2006 - Crows dying by the dozens
LEWISTON - Residents of the neighborhood next to the Promenade Mall are puzzled over dozens of dead crows that seem to be dropping from the sky...
Jan 6, 2007 - Barn Owls dying by Thousands along Idaho's I-84
Boise- The owls are being hit by vehicles in unusualy high numbers, and so far no one is certain why such a large amount is dying...
Jan 9, 2007 - Dead birds shut down street in Texas city
AUSTIN, Texas - Police shut down 10 blocks in downtown Austin for several hours Monday after 63 birds were found dead in the street, but officials
said preliminary tests found no threat to people...
Jan 10, 2007 - Birds fall from sky over town
...District nature conservation co-ordinator Mike Fitzgerald said the first reports of birds dropping dead in people's yards came in three weeks ago.
More than 500 deaths had since been notified. But the calls stopped suddenly last week, reportedly because no birds were left...
Jan 11, 2007 - Lanka baffled by mass deaths of migratory birds
COLOMBO • Sri Lanka's veterinary authorities have begun tests on hundreds of migratory birds that dropped dead in two sanctuaries, health officials
Just getting started with 2006 below...
16 January 2006 - Mass Sea Turtle Deaths Perplex Biologists
More than 100 dead and dying sea turtles have washed up on the beaches of El Salvador in the last 10 days, and marine biologists can't explain what
is killing them, officials said Friday.
9 January 2006 - Strange smells and dead birds frighten many in the age of terror
Two incidents that occurred yesterday morning, dead birds in Austin Texas and a strange odor across New York, and the reaction they elicited,
underscores the fact that Americans are living their lives on a day to day basis in abject fear of being a victim of a new terror attack, despite the
fact that they have an equally dangerous chance of being struck by lightning.
9 January 2006 - 1,300-1,500 Geese Die at Bald Knob National Wildlife Refuge, Arkansas -- Avian Cholera is Suspected Cause
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officials announced today that 1,300-1,500 snow geese and Ross’ geese have died in a suspected avian cholera outbreak
at Bald Knob National Wildlife Refuge. Refuge biologists discovered sick and dead birds on Monday, Jan 9, 2006 at the remote refuge 60 miles northeast
of Little Rock, Ark.
[note: got bored finding these results. Someone can easily continue if they like]