Unexplained Bird Deaths Continue to Mount and Expand in the United States

As of January 4th, 2011

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Oh just for the record… that theory for the Beebe, Arkansas bird deaths (estimated now at 5000) regarding a storm burst or fireworks isn’t cutting it! All in Arkansas remember this past New Year’s Eve when the storms that devastated Cincinnati, Arkansas beganĀ  in the wee morning hours that day. As the storms split and moved to the east and northeast, warnings ceased in the late afternoon hours. This does not explain 11-11:30 pm on that same evening.

Then the fireworksBeebe is not a large community and somebody would remember an amazing fireworks display that would have generated such a raucous reaction of distressed birds near said event. There would be a video somewhere these days too. And how would fireworks startle and kill 5000 birds over such a wide, yet defined, location? If this was true and logical, why does this not occur all over the USA on every Fourth of July when the highest population of birds are present in the summer season. It also does not explain the dead blackbird in Benton, Arkansas or these other two locations:

Marshall County Kentucky
Labarre, Louisiana

None of this can even begin to explain the fish kill as Dead fish cover 20-miles of Arkansas River or off Kent Island, Maryland in Fish Kill Caused By Cold Stress.

Still working on my theory, but it has nothing to do with storms and fireworks. It smacks of H5N1 to H1N1, or something in between, as Japan and the UK are currently experiencing?

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One response to “Unexplained Bird Deaths Continue to Mount and Expand in the United States

  1. Pingback: Another New Year’s Eve and Once Again Dying Blackbirds in Beebe Arkansas | Bobbi85710's Mouth in the South

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