There have been a string of mass blackbird & starlet die offs that have made the news over the past 3 months. Some were posted on ATS -
Bye Bye Blackbird
1000+ birds drop from the sky
One of these massive die offs happened in Beebe, Arkansas on New Years Eve.
On Friday, March 4th, I happened to be driving north on Interstate 40 just west of Beebe when I saw the strangest thing. There was a perfect single
file formation of blackbirds that stretched about 6 miles, flying west to east. Stuck in traffic, I watched the birds for about 15 minutes at least.
I've seen birds fly in formation before, but never in a PERFECT single file that went on for literally miles. Not a single bird broke rank. It was
Anyone ever seen anything like that before? I'm no expert in animal behavior, but never in my life have I seen something like that. Usually birds
are in a V formation or even a crooked line. But a PERFECT straight line, following one-by-one in an equal distance from one another, with probably
I would LOVE IT if someone on here might have captured that on video!!! My crackberry was dead or I'd have recorded it myself!
What are the odds that the birds....blackbirds even....would do something of that nature just a scant hop-skip-and-jump away from the bizarre incident
on New Years Eve???? Coincidence?