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Rare Massive Snowy Owl Migration and Our Own Future

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posted on Jan, 29 2012 @ 06:02 PM
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What an Irony!

It was only a couple of decades ago the environmental fanatics shut down entire industries claiming they were near extinction and only a handful existed. The only thing that stopped the lies was the fact after billions in damage and thousand of lives ruined, they finally checked the facts and found they were everywhere.

There is a reason that radical activists are called radical. We all know anything coming from activists cannot be trusted to be factual.

Deny Ignorance.




posted on Jan, 29 2012 @ 06:09 PM
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I have to wonder how much effect methane emissions in the Arctic are having on bird migration.

Maybe that is the reason?



posted on Jan, 29 2012 @ 06:17 PM
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My apple trees re bloomed in the fall without any apples.


You're the first person who has ever mentioned anything re-blossoming. I have a mini lilac bush that has been blooming twice each season (once in late May... and again in late July/early August) for three years in a row now. I know that isn't normal.






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posted on Jan, 29 2012 @ 06:18 PM
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Originally posted by poet1b

I have to wonder how much effect methane emissions in the Arctic are having on bird migration.

Maybe that is the reason?



It sure would be interesting to see if there was any data on that. I wonder if there are studies being done on that now. Good question, thanks for your response.



posted on Jan, 29 2012 @ 06:53 PM
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Originally posted by shushu
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My apple trees re bloomed in the fall without any apples.


You're the first person who has ever mentioned anything re-blossoming. I have a mini lilac bush that has been blooming twice each season (once in late May... and again in late July/early August) for three years in a row now. I know that isn't normal.






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I wrote a thread on this subject here

It relates to this thread and how the seasons are becoming confused. At least here in my neck of the woods...



posted on Jan, 29 2012 @ 07:05 PM
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Snowy owls are very beautiful, I saw one up here on our roof... my dad and I sneaked outside to look at it, and one of us made a little noise and it turned its head looking directly into our eyes... then it flew away gracefully into the distance



posted on Jan, 29 2012 @ 07:54 PM
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This is most beautiful





posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 02:28 AM
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yer stories are as lovely as those beautiful owls.
i would not worry about them,
it sounds like they get curious from time ta time,
and this would be ah good winter to be ah silly bird.

i believe it is yer personal little omen.
like ah personal migration.
not fer me ta choose.

seasons are seasons.
this is earth.

seasons like birds,
like to be silly.
earths like seasons,
also like ta be silly.

however i hope man can do its best ta refrain,
and resist the conscious manipulation of the weather,
that is truely scary for all creatures.

oh wise thread,
how many licks to the center?
: o j



posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 02:52 AM
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About 10 years ago I was driveing late one night/morrning along a windy road in dense fog i couldnt see more than 50 m then bang there it was, standing in the middle of my lane staring at me as if it wher waiting there for me the next thing i remember were its white feathers going everywhere as it went under my car,im from the south coast of Australia and it was a white owl istill remember making eye contact spooky, From that day onward its almost as if was a bad omen, actually the way i would describe it a liveing nightmare, now im not gonna get into details right here /right now, but can any one tell me if they know of this kind of omen/ phenomenom
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posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 03:19 AM
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Whoah!
I saw a snowy owl here in upstate NY just 3 days ago!
First time I ever saw one down here.
I've seen them up in/by Canada, But never down this far.
Hope they can overcome this.



posted on Jan, 30 2012 @ 04:03 AM
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eeeep!
yes this sounds troubling.

my ignorant father still shoots chicken hawks
and once he was too far away ta tell it was ah owl.
not ah snowy of course,
but still upsetting.

we found out because,
if hes going ta be ah douche
and kill them the least i can do is score ah feather
or claw...

and there is mr owl all dead.
no chicken hawk.

"how many licks mister owl"
-> "oh lets see...one,"
BANG!

no fairs.
he wont do it ah round me now,
and so i see so many when on rual drives
the times im with him.
i would guess one fer every two miles.

chicken hawks that is...
as thats what killed the owl.



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