Apprised by the Guardian of reports received from some New Providence residents of dead birds falling from trees, Dr. Maurice Isaacs, veterinary
officer in the Ministry of Agriculture, warned that they should not be handled.
There have been numerous reports of large numbers of birds killed by HAARP transmissions in various parts of the country, especially near HAARP sites,
or near target areas when a ground penetrating tomography project was active.
At one time, they temporarily suspended transmissions from Gakona because large numbers of endangered migratory birds were being killed by it.
sounds like west nile virus. it's main indicator of being in a region is dead birds just falling out of tree's, the sky, where ever. we had an
outbreak of that in a town around here last year and that's all they could talk about was to call some govt. dept. if you found dead birds in your
yard so they could be tested.
Could it be like a birdy version of SARS? I know its not very likely, but it could be a possibility. They should check the birds' respiratory
systems to see if anything is wrong. If it is SARS, then its traveling faster than we expected...
last year i was at my uncles house he lives near the beach here in florida and we found 2 dead blue jays laying right next to eachother. it was
underneath a huge tree but there was no nest and no blood or visible injury on the birds. my uncle tried contacting the appropriate authorities for
about a week but no one took him seriously or i guess he was blown off. i dunno. he said the hell with it then if they dont want my help...........
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