Mass bird deaths in TN in afternoon. 12-31-12

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posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 01:22 PM
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I live in a state where there has been more than one mass die off of birds in the last few years. Also fish and other animals.
Until you live where the die off took place and actually experience this first hand, and yes, see the actual dead birds, to throw out "it was fire works" is just ignorant. PERIOD. There are many instances where there is none, I mean absolutely NO chance of it being fireworks.
I am still not 100% sure why these are taking place in these southern states, but I am not taking the generic 'it was fireworks", or "the hit a power line" type responses. Especially with the cases that is was 100% positive no fireworks went off in those areas at the time.
Oh, did fireworks kill the fish too? No, there is something odd going on, I just do not know what. If you actually read the reports of the injuries to these birds the last few years they do not add up with that stupid excuse. Do some research.
I have literally walked amongst the dead birds scattered across highways and fields in my state. I have voiced my opinion about this many times on ATS.
Good Post, S&F..very odd it's still happening.




posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 01:28 PM
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I'd like to ask something on that, if you've been among the bodies and seen them up close. The pics of the starlings showed blood eyes. Red... Looks like they might have run into something but it wasn't something moving itself...or barely moving. Otherwise it would be like I'd noted in another post...a little cloud of feathers and something kinda like what used to be a bird falling back down.

^^^ Did you see the same things in the birds you saw up close? Blood eyes and other signs of impact trauma but not dramatic impact? Like hitting a _.is what I thought of seeing the one close picture of the starling in the grass.



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 01:40 PM
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i cant gain a clear picture of that event from the description provided.

but another perspective.. show me these birds falling out of the sky on another day when there are no fireworks or festivities that would otherwise cause them to exhaust themselves or however else.. fall out of the sky.

ive been monitoring this for years.. and really i almost did make a prediction post.. but time was not willing

there should also be more of these stories surfacing. this could not be the only one.
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but u know what.. every year i see these mass bird deaths on new years day and the week of.. the reports always say the cause is currently unknown and the birds will be examined..

But do they ever report on what happened to the birds? i have unfortunately never gotten a final answer from the reports on these animal deaths.. neither the mass sealife deaths which are well monitored over at paradigms bend.
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have been using this site for a while.. it seemed the mass animal deaths in the ocean significantly increased literally right after the fukushima incident.. paradigmsbend.blogspot.com...
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posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 01:53 PM
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The ones I have encountered ( red winged black birds just for the visual ) there was no doubt many of them were effected by some form of blunt force trauma, almost like they had run into something. Not to mention many of them among the dead, were not dead but severely injured, on the brink of death. My sister was concerned because she literally saw some "twitching"..what else was odd to me was the appearance of some of them having been smashed, not sure if that was from the initial impact of what has killed them or from hitting the ground so hard from the fall. Broken necks, etc. There was around 5,000 in my state alone.
As for their eyes, they were black and mostly shut. So I am not sure if the characteristics of their eyes match the starlings. I will say one thing that's for sure, it was extremely weird seeing the mass of dead birds, and how far they were scattered, yet so close together. Seeing those birds everyday in my area, then seeing them dead in such an odd way still makes me wonder.



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 01:56 PM
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Originally posted by Katharos62191
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The ones I have encountered ( red winged black birds just for the visual ) there was no doubt many of them were effected by some form of blunt force trauma, almost like they had run into something. Not to mention many of them among the dead, were not dead but severely injured, on the brink of death. My sister was concerned because she literally saw some "twitching"..what else was odd to me was the appearance of some of them having been smashed, not sure if that was from the initial impact of what has killed them or from hitting the ground so hard from the fall. Broken necks, etc. There was around 5,000 in my state alone.
As for their eyes, they were black and mostly shut. So I am not sure if the characteristics of their eyes match the starlings. I will say one thing that's for sure, it was extremely weird seeing the mass of dead birds, and how far they were scattered, yet so close together. Seeing those birds everyday in my area, then seeing them dead in such an odd way still makes me wonder.


wouldnt falling out of the sky cause blunt force trauma when they hit the ground?



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 01:59 PM
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Funny you asked if it looked like they had run into something. When I was younger we had a lot of big glass windows in the house, I remember a poor bird running smack into one and literally breaking his neck and his beak broke open..very sad.
However, that is what MANY of these birds looked like, yet much more violent. It came to my mind instantly when I saw them. Also quite a few of them looked as if they had been electrocuted to death, which brought about the power line theory. To me that theory does not suffice though because of the trauma they physically received.
Almost like a huge flock of birds sense of direction had been thrown off then BAM, they hit something they could not see or detect and, there they are 'falling from the sky'..



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 02:00 PM
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I did mention that I did not know if the smashed appearance came from the initial situation or when they hit the ground. Such a long fall would cause a hard hit, especially the ones who hit concrete. Not all hit concrete however.



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 02:01 PM
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AND you do NOT see fireworks in the picture, nor was there mention of it in the article.



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 02:10 PM
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I appreciate the reply.... At some point soon, hopefully, I'll have enough together on a theory I'm working on relating to this and a couple other things. Your personal observations are what I thought you'd see though. The electrical reference is a bit of a surprise...but not that much of one actually. Anyway.. I'm going to shut up for now. I've posted one too many half-cooked theories over the years online and I'm letting this bird cook to a nice golden brown before sharing it. I want to be as sure as I can be, short of standing there to watch one of these happen personally.

Thanks tho!



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 02:10 PM
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Originally posted by Rezlooper
Dangerous gas bubbles...hydrogen sulfide. Check out thread in my signature. These die-offs have been increasing and will continue to increase.


How do you explain mass die-off of starfish? I posted a thread here.....

www.abovetopsecret.com...
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posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 02:15 PM
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There's only one thing that could of caused this, FIREWORKS.
My talk is done here.



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 02:37 PM
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Originally posted by Misbah
There's only one thing that could of caused this, FIREWORKS.
My talk is done here.


Or, the witness who saw it happen. A heavy flock of birds swooped down into the path of a white car, according to the eye witness who saw it from his house. The car smashed through them, and kept going.

My talk is done here.

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Meanwhile, a man who lives along Boyd’s Creek highway says he saw the birds get struck by a car. Harold Truitt said he was looking out at the road when he saw a large flock of birds swooping down in front of his house. “I was sitting in my den and just happened to look at the window and saw there was birds,” he said. “It looked dark there were so many swirling around out there, and a car ran right through them. “It was a white car and you could hear the birds hitting it.” The car kept going, he said, but when he went outside he saw the bodies along the road and on the ground alongside it. The rest of the flock flew away as soon as the car went through them, he said.
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posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 02:39 PM
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Originally posted by Katharos62191
Oh, did fireworks kill the fish too?


There are plenty of reasons why mass fish die-offs could occur. One very common reason is too many fish in one place, which depletes the oxygen in the water, so the fish asphyxiate.



Originally posted by Katharos62191
very odd it's still happening.


Of course nature is odd... to those who know little about it.

As I mentioned before, there is no reason why many of these die-offs couldn't be natural.



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 02:48 PM
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The book of Enoch prophesies a little about the destruction of nature and of course, those broken seals in Revelations.
I suggest one other possibility: radiation. Hope it doesn't scare anyone. Animals don't just fall from the sky in droves as often as they have over the past decade. Fish don't wash ashore dead in large numbers either. I was just reading recently that the ocean bordering Russia is loaded with hot materials. Radioactive material, even bombs have been discovered. Political borders aren't going to protect us and ignorance is no excuse. All of these animals dying is alarming and indicative of something that is wrong with the earth!



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 03:01 PM
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They got disorganized by the booms of the fireworks and hit the ground.



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 03:06 PM
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a mayan told me(on youtube) ,that mass animal die-offs are from the government(maybe the one world govt) attempting to switch the poles.

(im sure many of you,my fellow ATSers have seen the Mayan mans video speaking on DEC21, he spoke of the mass animal die-offs in that video.)



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 03:07 PM
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Government attempting to switch poles??? Explain that one if you could.......





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posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 05:53 PM
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posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 06:03 PM
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I was just talking about mass animal deaths with my friend, focusing on the bird deaths.

I then read this after watching a Youtube video about it.

One question, please answer. Why is it always only 1 type of bird? Wouldn't fireworks spook more than just one species of bird? I don't quite understand the idea that fireworks can only spook one species of bird to fall dead out of the sky.

Literally wanting an answer, from someone who knows why.





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