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"These dead birds findings have occurred for years. This is not a new event," said Winfred Cotten, environmental supervisor with the Jackson County Health Department.
Originally posted by ~Lucidity
Not good at all. I might be wrong, but it seems to me a lot of these birds, especially in the south, have wound up dead along interstates? I wonder if it's something they're spraying on the areas around them. Or maybe something being released from some trucks using those interstates.
Originally posted by Trublbrwing
reply to post by The GUT
Thank's for the pics, I'm sure that was unpleasant and dangerous. What is causing the internal "trauma" in most of these incidents? Besides the obvious blood coming from the beak you can see an indication of blood from the rear of the bird in one of the shots. Very disturbing.
Originally posted by tallblondealien
Just a thought here for bird die-offs. A scalar ray, which is the next generation HAARP, when activated produces a vacuum which will kill anything which flies into it. Scalars are usually triangulated, pointing toward a specific point. Thinking New Madrid. If any reports come in for areas North of Alabama, it would be interesting to get a fix on where they originated to see if there is any correlation among them. Hope that makes sense. Just fishing here, hoping to get a clue. Thanks
Originally posted by theson
The pics of the birds taken are coots,not pidgeons.coots are waterfowl,very odd to see them on land,something even weirder.last week my neighbor and i were coming from gunt. When we crossed the bridge to go up to grant off 431 the coots were in a line about 8ft. Wide stretching to the first boat ramp leaving gunt. About 2mls. My neighbor has lived here all his life and never seen anything like that.