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Sentinel Warning: What may the birds be telling us?

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posted on Jan, 10 2007 @ 07:50 AM
I'm just gonna add a tidbit that I've heard to be true... One small volcanic eruption releases more emissions than humankind has ever created. I don't think we have as much of an impact as we believe. Not saying we don't contribute, but as for causing global warming with our emissions, I think maybe we overestimate our impact.

I would actually think that our habit of deforestation probably causes more of an issue than our pollution output.

posted on Jan, 10 2007 @ 07:50 AM
There were som reports a couple of years ago about seaguls here in norway nesting in trees. They nest on ground, or on rooftops or under bridges and just about everywhere else, but they have never nested in trees before. As I said this was a couple of yeas ago, and I remember my dad remarking how strange it was and wondering what the reason might be. I really don't know though...

posted on Jan, 10 2007 @ 07:53 AM
It's probably because they're used to nesting on the side of cliffs and small openings theirin. But don't ask me, I know nothing of birds except that they're delicious.

posted on Jan, 10 2007 @ 08:40 AM
Look at this

The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) is investigating a large number of fish found washed up on a Gippsland beach in Victoria's south-east. The australian salmon were found on the 90 Mile Beach near Loch Sport, and it is believed they came from a fishing boat that ran aground last Sunday. Dieter Meltzer from the EPA says the authority has decided to leave the fish to be eaten by seabirds. "Probably more impact, more damage done to the coastal dunes by trying to access the site in vehicles and so it was decided that we'll let nature take its course," he said.

Unless all the birds die

Weird stuff my friends. I think they're saying it's a fishing boat in order to calm the population.

posted on Jan, 13 2007 @ 06:28 PM
what the hell is going on here. thousands of birds die, climate changes all over the world. migratory patterns of birds change. earthquakes, holes in the atmosphere killing plants in the ocean, sunammees, el nino, floods, huge ice bergs breaking off and moving in the oceans, sun spots, diseases, commets, crime is on the rise, iran is going nuts. the earth must be throwing a MENTAL is right. this is nuts and i beleive it will get worse. signs of the end times.

posted on Jan, 22 2007 @ 01:14 PM
I just noticed here in SW Ohio a flock of ducks heading north today. First time I saw it this year and we just had a winter storm yesterday that dropped 3" snow and the temps have been near freezing.

I think all this migration has nothing to do with temperatures and everything to do with the earth magnetic field.

posted on Jan, 25 2007 @ 01:43 PM
Another new case of mysterious bird deaths:

[url=]Birds die en masse in Vietnam, bird flu excluded

Forty-nine birds died under mysterious circumstances over the past ten days on roofs, yards and streets in Ho Chi Minh City, but tests proved the birds were H5N1 negative.

Go Vap, Binh Thanh and Phu Nhuan districts in the city’s northwest were the scene of the mass of avian victims.

posted on Dec, 29 2007 @ 06:05 PM
It has been a long while since I've updated this thread...

The news has not improved.

VIDEO: Tens of millions of birds disappearing across North America

Common Birds in Decline – Summer 2007

Audubon’s unprecedented analyses of forty years of bird population data from Christmas Bird Count and Breeding Bird Survey reveals alarming declines for many of our most common and beloved birds. Since 1967 the average population for the common birds in steepest decline has fallen 68 percent, from 17.6 million to 5.35 million. Some species have nose-dived as much as 80 percent and all 20 birds included in the Common Birds in Decline report have lost at least 50 percent of their population - in just four decades. Common Birds in Decline – Summer 2007

[edit on 29-12-2007 by loam]

posted on Nov, 15 2009 @ 08:30 PM

Nearly two years since I've updated this thread.

The following story really deserves mention here:

Foam from ocean algae bloom killing thousands of birds

A slimy foam churning up from the ocean has killed thousands seabirds and washed many others ashore, stripped of their waterproofing and struggling for life.

The birds have been clobbered by an unusual algae bloom stretching from the northern Oregon coast to the tip of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington state.

"This is huge," said Julia Parrish, a marine biologist and professor at the University of Washington who leads a seabird monitoring group. "It's the largest mortality event of its kind on the West Coast that we know of."

The culprit is a single-cell algae or phytoplankton called Akashiwo sanguinea. Though the algae has multiplied off the coast of California before, killing hundreds of seabirds, the phenomenon has not been seen in Oregon and Washington, and has never occurred on the West Coast to this extent, Parrish said.

"We're getting counts of up to a million cells per liter of water," she said. "Think about that. That's pretty dense."

posted on Nov, 15 2009 @ 08:55 PM
just happened to see this while looking for some info..

"Geese are literally falling from the sky in and around Keizer," Oregon (population 32,204), "and wildlife experts don't know why."

"About 150 Canada geese were found dead Friday," January 28, 2005, "at a private pond off Wheatland Road owned by Morse Brothers Rock Products in rural Marion County. Thirty or so other dead birds were discovered three months ago near Staats Lake, a private lake in Keizer."

"State wildife officials visited both sites to investigate. The officials suspect that the birds may have died from something they ate, but it doesn't appear that anything found in the ponds or the lake killed the birds."

"'Reports of one bird here or one over there is not cause for alarm,' said Will High, wildlife biologist for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. 'But when you have 10 or 20 or 30 or 100 of them all of a sudden die in one day, well, that's just not normal.'"

"Only cackling Canada geese, a small subspecies of the larger Canada goose, were affected, High said. Other varieties of birds, including ducks, gulls and three other species of geese, were alive and well in both bodies of water."

"The dead birds were found floating in the water. They appeared to swim with their heads under water, High said. Others were found on dry ground lying on their stomachs with their wings flared out."

"The goose carcasses have been sent to the National Wildife Health Center in Madison, Wisconsin to be tested. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the federal agency that regulates migratory birds, also was notified."

"Five years ago, large numbers of dead geese were discovered in Staats Lake. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife investigated the problem but couldn't track down the cause. Tests showed that the birds weren't dying of infection or disease; the results were inconclusive but hinted the birds died from something they ate."

"Wildlife officials said that in recent weeks, large numbers of dead geese also have been found in Monmouth (population 7,741) and McMinnville (population 26,500). They don't know if the incidents are related."

Keizer is on River Road 3 miles (5 kilometers) north of Salem. McMinnville was the site of a famous UFO sighting in 1950. (See the Salem, Ore. Statesman-Journal for February 2, 2005, "Geese die in droves in Keizer-- Experts baffled." Many thanks to Steve Wilson Sr. for this newspaper article.)


posted on Nov, 16 2009 @ 11:16 PM
'Mystery as 38 birds drop dead at show in wales'

Robert Hughes, who organised the show, said: "Five minutes after the first one died 11 more had gone, one was mine. "Nobody in the community has seen nor heard anything like this before. "It's bizarre. It has been really difficult to get over it.” Checks on two casualties later revealed they had died from congestion and haemorrhaging of the lungs.

[edit on 16-11-2009 by bkaust]

[edit on 16-11-2009 by bkaust]

posted on Nov, 17 2009 @ 12:22 AM
reply to post by MasterJedi

THats exsactly whats causing so much devastation. the damned deforestation of the rainforests, jungles, swamps etcs... Its the Flora that help absorb and filter corbon emissions of anykind, but while humans pump out harmful emissions while eliminating the Natural filters that keep the ecosystem healthy, theyre slitting their own throats, and taking everything else down w/ them. Its murder with a middleman. Its like whoever is funding this Bulls--- deforestation is actually some nature-hating Nazi psycho who wants the entire Earth and all the Innocent Flora and Fauna to suffer and die slowly and horrificly. I wish i was a Super Genius w/ WOMD, because i'd go after all the jerk-offs who are killing Nature, and ide show them how a tree feels when they grind into it w/ a chainsaw. I hope an alein invasion happens soon, i really do, because hopefully then, humans will stop aflicting the planet w/ their obvious stupidity and Inferiority. Still unable to realize why and HOW animal species are dissapearing or becoming confused, or why cancer is killing everyone left and right. 'Duh, hey joe why are there no more deer left fer us tah hunt? Why cant we drink water from that crick, and why is tha sun so hot in the middle of December? Why is it so hard to breath? Where did all da Birds and Bees go? HEY, How come theres no trees or flowers in this here Forest???'

God i wish Captain Planet was a real guy, but w/ a stricter attitude. 'Protect the Envoronment, or i'll F-ing kill you!' Thats the kind of hero we need. If people seriously wonder how or why, or whats causing a drastic climate shift and dissapearance or Bees, and ice-caps melting, then they dont deserve an explanation, because the answer is right infront of you, and all around you. Stupid Humans. Also, remember that Cropcirlce that has what looks like 3 birds flying? Well, that was a clue years ago for people to "Watch the Birds" also, this reminds me of an X-man episode (im refering to the 1990's X-men, not this newer watered-down pathetic anime/character makeover crap) the Pheonix Saga. And an Alien Race known as the Shi'arr were in these episodes, my point is that the Shi'arr were Bird aliens. My other point, birds are extremely important for the survival of Earth, because they are so far evolved.

posted on Nov, 17 2009 @ 02:07 AM
The lack of food sources, climate change or something to do with the water quality and pollution levels might be why these birds change their migratory patterns and nesting sites, some birds like the pelicans can sense usually even beforehand an areas sustainability for these nesting seasons, like for example in Australia thousands of pelicans fly thousands of kilometres to a dry lake Ayr weeks before floods even reach this basin and start to fill the lake, even when the storms are on the other side of the continent to start the flow.
It could well be that if a magnetic pole change is also happening, more and more bird species will get confused or lost, changing their ways which in turn could lead to a decline in numbers of nesting birds or suitable areas that have been used in the past. this outcome can only lead to extinction of many bird species the world over.

posted on Nov, 17 2009 @ 02:31 AM
reply to post by Tyxquarra Xxxendra HoTTch

Another star for you Ty.... wish I'd posted your post!!

Ohh....and it would seem those metallic bits in the Chemtrails MUST have an affect on birds (and everything else to some degree...)
At least our bees SEEM to be rebounding from that "virus" last year.... saw only healthy bees this year and ZERO piles of dead bees!

[edit on 11/17/2009 by SmokeyDawn]

posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 10:46 AM
I'm frustrated by the assertion that the recent unexplained bird deaths are, well, so uniquely 'recent'.

Bumping this thread to remind everyone one how long such things have been happening...

posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 10:47 AM
reply to post by loam

Yeah loam.

And just to clarify. Just because this has been happening for a while does NOT mean it's normal. It means our environment is fubarred.

post by soficrow

Mastwerp posted early on here that this is happening because "The magnetic field of the earth is changing."

I agree. The level of electromagnetic pollution from communications systems alone likely is a BIG factor. Birds DO navigate using EM sensors - it kicks in when visual cues aren't there, and also overrides information from visual cues if the data conflict.

Interestingly, humans have EM sensors in the pineal gland, and other animals have similar sensors too.

...EM pulses also impact living bodies at the atomic level - and can override genetic instructions for protein production, for example.

edit on 8/1/11 by soficrow because: to quote myself.

posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 10:51 AM
reply to post by soficrow

Indeed it may be.

Even more frustrating, however, is the almost complete lack of attention the current bat extinction crisis receives.

Mystery Disease Forcing Bats to Extinction: White Nose Syndrome (WNS)

posted on Jan, 8 2011 @ 11:05 AM
reply to post by loam

So very many things are acting together to cause illness and mutations, accelerate the "evolutionary process" and incidentally, cause major extinctions along the way. Impossible to tell which is doing what.

Hopefully, enough of us will make it through to start over again and do it right. ...But seems I've heard that one before too.

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