posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 07:35 PM
I have noticed a sharp decline in birds recently in my area (South London, UK). At one point this year they were so noisy they were waking me up in
the morning. Now it is really quiet. A crow yesterday.
Except for one eerie moment today, about midday. You know in that film 'Day after tomorrow' there is a scene where the birds are flying south in
noisy flocks, we had that over my house today. Is that normal for late summer? I thought they migrated in autumn.
(In fact if it wasn't for your post I was going to complain to my local council about the noise of my neighbour's windchimes, as I believed they
were driving the birds away. Earlier this year in April/May I saw a black tit, a robin and a grey tit in my back garden. I hadn't seen these since I
was a child. (Talking decades here.) Now no birds at all in my garden, just a frog and a toad.)
Recently I have been 'hearing' a very high pitched hum, in two tones like a fax machine sound. When I am relaxing I tend to hear it and sometimes I
can 'hear/feel' it stop and it feels eerily quiet and I start to get anxious. Has anyone else heard anything strange? I have very sensitive hearing
and can hear things other can't.