Birds are falling out of the sky but I’m sure it’s just some kind of coincidence. It certainly couldn’t be anything men are doing. Right? I mean, who cares about birds and bees. I’ve got fossil fuels and pesticides and the Big Gas Mafia, so it’s all good. Right?
Hundreds of dead blackbirds found near New Roads in Louisiana.
LABARRE, La. – Around 500 dead blackbirds and starlings have been found in Pointe Coupee Parish, according to state wildlife officials.
Thousands of dead birds and fish in Arkansas leave many scratching heads
Arkansas game officials probe mystery of falling birds
VIDEO: More Dead Birds Found In Kentucky Identical To Birds in Arkansas – Media Downplays Find
Feds try to alter migration patterns to save birds from oil spill
In a first-ever attempt to alter migration routes, the federal government plans to spend more than $20 million this month to keep millions of birds that fly south every winter out of oil-fouled wetlands along the Gulf of Mexico.
THOUSANDS OF BIRDS FALL DEAD ( SOUTH AMERICA )
More birds fall from the sky in Sweden and dead fish wash up in several areas.
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Delores Bennett says
Wow, Sharon, this is scary. What will it take to wake people up if they can watch birds fall out of the sky and say it's just something that happens?
Fire and brimstone, rivers boiling, earthquakes, sinkholes, insects and birds falling from the skies …
Humans are the only animal that foul their own nests.
We are our End of Days.
Mike H. says
It just happened near Baton Rouge as well:
Has anyone heard of the book "Silent Spring"?
Last couple of days in Booger County, haven't seen many birds!
Tim Ruggiero says
I'm not even going to pretend to know how this is supposed to work-but spending millions on 'altering' migration paths of birds? Really?
Interesting that THAT is what you focus on and what upsets you about this post. Not the thousands of birds that mysteriously fall out of the sky, not the 80,000 fish that go belly up in the water, but the federal government. Maybe if the federal government more heavily regulated the pollutants in our environment we wouldn't find it necessary to divert the birds.
Very soon you will get to see what happens when Republicans gut our regulations even more.