January 3, 2011
It looks like the dead bird story that we have been reporting on has now passed into the realm of pretty Damn Scary! It now seems to be a worldwide problem that the mainstream media has failed to report on.
These are just a small portion of the stories we have found coming in from around the world:
Dead Birds and Fish in Arkansas:
- 5000 birds found dead in Bebee
- Hundreds of thousands of dead fish along the Arkansas River
Dead Birds in Louisiana:
- Japan Is on High alert after finding 23 dead migratory birds that are suspected of dying from the Bird Flu
- The Ministry of Fisheries in New Zealand is reporting that they are investigating the death of hundreds of snapper fish that washed up on Coromandel Peninsula beaches on Monday January 3rd. Visitors told Ministry officials that they found a large number of the fish with their eyes missing.
Dead Birds in Manitoba, Canada
- Canadian Health Officials are trying to deal with thousands of birds that died suddenly. Reports coming out of Canada are suggesting an extremely dangerous strain of bird flu. (We are still trying to confirm this one….. We got a few reports from residents who heard the reports on their local radio. We were also sent press releases from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency that confirmed the presence of an avian influenza virus in a commercial turkey farm in Manitoba.)
- Ministry of Natural Resources spokesperson Jolanta Kowalski confirmed that both the MNR and Environment ministry were alerted to hundreds of dead fish that washed on shore in the north end of the St. Clair River late last week.
- Women finds dead birds in front lawn, local officials deny a connection Finds dead birds in her front lawn
- Tens of thousands of dead fish started to wash up along the shores of the Chesapeake Bay last Thursday (dec.30th) UPDATE: The Maryland Department of the Environment is now reporting that an estimated 2 million fish have been reported dead in the Chesapeake Bay.
Brazil – More Dead Fish:
- 100 ton of dead fish wash up on the shores of Parana
South Korean officials reported 20 dead speckled teal ducks that they suspect were infected with a powerful strain of bird flu.
Thousands of birds fall dead from the sky: (sorry this is not in English)
Shortly before midnight on Tuesday, residents of Skövde found 50 to 100 jackdaws dead in the street. The local morons are using the same excuse as in the Arkansas case, saying they suspect that the birds were “scared to death” by fireworks. The area has been closed off from the public and samples are being sent to the National Veterinary Institute.
A stretch of the Goldstream River in Goldstream Provincial Park turned bright green late Wednesday afternoon. The fluorescent green substance flowed down into the environmentally sensitive area of the river.
A large number of dead birds started showing up today on Hwy 155 near Ore City. Wildlife Department’s Media Communication Director, Tom Harvey, says it has nothing to do with the Arkansas case.
40,000 Velvet swimming crabs were found dead along the shores of England beaches. The Crabs started washing up just before Christmas
- Thousands of dead fish washed up on Folly Beach this morning. DNR Officials are of course blaming it on cold weather. I guess they forgot about all the other winters where mass amounts of fish didn’t die.
- Thousands of dead and dying turtle doves were found scattered throughout the streets of Italy yesterday. It’s being reported that the dead birds were found with a mysterious blue stain in their beaks. The WWF in Faenza sent the birds off for testing.
- The Swedish National Veterinary Institute put out a press release saying that the birds in Sweden died due to “sudden, hard external blows.” They added “We have determined that the birds have died from severe internal bleeding caused by external blows.”