Have you seen any live birds in your neighborhood lately?

Dead Birds Fish & Crabs

Why are there dead birds falling out of the sky across the globe? Why are tons of dead fish and other sea life washing ashore dead? … It’s looking for a way out and there’s no escape so they just hurl themselves to the ground and smash …. of dead snapper has appeared on a New Zealand beach, according to the New …
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Eagles fall out of the sky over Washington- more evidence food …

Feb 25, 2011 … Investigation: All the dead birds showed signs of trauma. … Vila Nova de Gaia: Thousands of Octopus was up dead on beach’s. … February 4th, 2011 Florida & AmUntold: Thousands of marine animals float dead in …
theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/…/eagles-fall-out-of-the-sky-over-washington-more-evidence-food-chain-unraveling/Cached

Timeline of recent mysterious bird, fish deaths

Jan 12, 2011 … Birds are literally falling dead out of the sky, and fish are washing up dead on … 12.15.10 – Thousands of dead fish wash ashore on Florida beach, … 12.23.10 – Hundreds of dead sea creatures wash ashore in South Carolina, … that is saving lives and improving personal health around the world. …
http://www.naturalnews.com/030985_mysterious_deaths_birds.htmlCached

March 2011 re: 1000 plus 8 Earthquakes in ARK

1,000th earthquake rolls in, then 8 more

By Kenneth Heard

A seismic fault in northern Faulkner County has produced more than 1,000 earthquakes since it began rumbling last summer, the U.S. Geological Survey reported Wednesday.

photo.caption|escapejsPhotographs by Benjamin Krain

You get all kinds of reports on what is happening!

But did anyone notice ? The Sun is acting up at the same time.

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2 thoughts on “Have you seen any live birds in your neighborhood lately?

  1. Ahhh some birds have returned but only a handful .Was that about six of the black Grackles or Starlins? Starlings are an introduced species to America. They flew in landing in two of the big oak trees? Are they tougher birds?

  2. Pingback: Re: Japan’s Killer Quake, Review at Planet Earth | Buffalohair-Jage Press / Buffalohair Entertainment

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