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THOUSANDS OF BIRDS FALL DEAD ( SOUTH AMERICA ) - Could it be related to 7.0 in Argent
01-04-2011, 07:55 AM,
THOUSANDS OF BIRDS FALL DEAD ( SOUTH AMERICA ) - Could it be related to 7.0 in Argent

"Nobody knows, I asked these guys who are out
here picking them up and they don't seem to know
anything. Nobody seems to know anything. It just
kind of freaked everybody out."

Officials with the Arkansas Game and Fish
Commission flew over the area and determined it's a
one mile stretch. There are a variety of dead black
birds, mostly red winged and a duck was also

No one has been evacuated because the Arkansas
Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) air test
came back clean for toxins.

Weatherly is skeptical, "They're walking around in
masks and I'm wandering do we need the same thing
because what makes that happen for them to drop
out of the sky like that."

Katherina Yancy with Today's THV found one bird
still living. It was confused, injured, continuously
walked in circles and didn't make a sound or attempt
to fly.

Officials will confirm their findings when they get
the test results, until then they are giving these
possible scenarios: lightning, stress, high altitude
hail or startled by fireworks, but neighbors just
want answers.

Bryant says, "Something out of a movie and Hazmat
people are walking around not telling us anything."

Boldrey adds, "I'd like to know. Kind of spooky, you
never know what's going to happen."

Folks Today's THV spoke with initially thought the
birds were poisoned because they are what they call
a nuisance around this time every year, but they are
surprised to hear it is more of a mystery.

Stephen Bryant recalls, "Millions, millions fly over
every night. You look up at the sky and it's just
black and then last night at about 10:30 I came out
here and saw a bird drop."

In a matter of hours on New Years Eve thousands of
birds fell from the sky to their death.

Melissa Weatherly says, "I immediately called mom
because I had to go to work, I said you have to
come get the kids and get the dog because I don't
know what's going on." She continues, "It was
horrible; you could not even get down the road
without running over hundreds. It was that bad."

The mystery is unraveling like scenes from a movie,
dozens of U.S. Environmental Services crews spent
the day picking up the birds, walking between
homes and climbing on roofs with protective hazmat
suits and breathing masks,.

Charles Boldrey stands outside watching the crews,

Unite The Many, defeat the few.

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Soul Rebel Native Son
01-04-2011, 10:02 AM,
RE: THOUSANDS OF BIRDS FALL DEAD ( SOUTH AMERICA ) - Could it be related to 7.0 in Argent
Quote:Could it be related to 7.0 in Argent

I don't get the reference...
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