Mass bird deaths are back in the news, but this time they're not in flight and suddenly dropping out of the sky because of "sudden onset bird flu" (remember that one as an explanation for geese in Idaho falling from the sky?) Then there was that strange incident in New Mexico of a few months ago, which is still unexplained. The difference this time is that there appear to be more than one species of bird involved, and the phenomenon is not localized, but rather, in several US states according to the following versions of the story (and thank you to all of you who spotted this story and sent it to me):
So let's look at the second article. As it notes, the phenomenon is spread throughout several states, with birds exhibiting a variety of symptoms:
As if we didn’t have enough weird things going on, now birds are suddenly dropping dead in large numbers all across the eastern half of the country. Before they die, a lot of these birds are exhibiting very strange symptoms. Experts are telling us that in many cases birds are developing “crusty or puffy eyes”, and often they appear to go completely blind. In addition, quite a few of these dying birds lose their ability to stay balanced, and we are being told that some even seem to be having “seizures”. If scientists understood what was causing this to happen, that would be one thing. But at this point they have no idea why this is taking place, and that is quite alarming.
So far, confirmed incidents of this strange phenomenon have been documented in Washington D.C., Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana.
Could it be possible that we are dealing with a “mystery disease” that started in one state and that has now spread to other surrounding states?
Or is something else going on here?
We are being told that “blue jays, common grackles and European starlings” are the most common birds that are being affected.
What interests me, however, is that while the birds are being tested, but that nothing has been determined yet:
After testing 20 samples, they still have no idea what is going on.
According to Slankard, “hundreds of birds” in her state have now become victims…
“They’ll just sit still, often kind of shaking,” Slankard said. “It’s pretty safe to say that hundreds of birds in the state have had this problem.”
But of course the truth is that we have no way of knowing how many birds have actually been affected.
It could be thousands of birds in the state.
It could be hundreds of thousands.
We just don’t know, and Kentucky is just one of the states that has been hit.
In Indiana, authorities tested for avian flu and West Nile virus, but those tests came back negative…
Indiana wildlife officials said there have been suspicious deaths of blue jays, robins, northern cardinals and brown-headed cowbirds in five counties. James Brindle, spokesman for the state’s Department of Natural Resources, said birds there have tested negative for avian influenza and West Nile virus.
One theory that is floating around is that these birds are ingesting large amounts of pesticides because of all the cicadas that they are eating.
What is causing this? Like the others, I obviously have no idea, but there are some intriguing clues, and possibilities. The article notes that in Kentucky, the outbreak occurred in May. The New Mexico incident was last September. (see https://gizadeathstar.com/2020/09/more-dead-birds-this-time-in-new-mexico/ ) Back in that blog I wrote the following:
Then there's the second explanation offered: a cold front hit New Mexico last week. Well, here's the problem: that same cold front hit where I live too, and I live where there are lots of birds (including that little woodpecker that likes to hammer away on the tree right outside my bedroom in the morning. It's a regular construction zone.) And there are not birds littering the landscape. True enough, New Mexico, like here, had a cold front pass through, but from the records I've been able to look at, it was nothing nearly cold enough to cause bird death statewide, including at such lower elevations as are mentioned in the article, such as at White Sands. And even if it were really cold, it was only for a few days, and birds can normally keep themselves warm, if necessary, for a few days. It was not nearly long enough, in other words, to cause the deaths of hundreds of thousands of birds.
So, no. These explanations sound like mystification, and a little bit like desperation.
But then, very suggestively, we read this:
Multiple agencies are investigating the occurrences, including the Bureau of Land Management and the White Sands Missile Range, a military testing area.
“On the missile range we might in a week find, get a report of, less than half a dozen birds,” Trish Butler, a biologist at the range, told KOB. “This last week we've had a couple hundred, so that really got our attention.”
You don't say... the military at the White Sands Missile Range is investigating? Well, it makes sense, if one suspected the above explanations are not plausible, and if one suspected an unknown fast-acting pathogen, biowarfare, or some completely different cause, or maybe even some version of my bio-electromagnetically activated pathogen.
So I don't know about you, but looking at all these incidents together, I think something is up. Someone, I suspect, is either targeting innocent animals for whatever reason, or is testing things on them. It is, of course, pure high octane speculation. But the other alternative, pure mystification, is I think even worse.
Now I have to wonder if that military involvement in the New Mexico incident might be a hint about what's going on, especially in this time of the covid planscamdemic and the increasing amount of details that suggest that this outbreak was the result of research, and perhaps even a form of biowarfare (along with its quackcines). Additionally, I have to wonder what, exactly, these birds are being tested for? We're told they were tested for avian flue and West Nile virus, but what about covid? (and would "they" tell us the truth about that, even if the birds were tested for it?)
Obviously, I am speculating here, but the timing of these bird deaths is unusual in that they do occur during the same time frame of the planscamdemic. So I have to wonder, are we looking at the method of spreading it? Or are we looking at a mutation? Or are we looking at the results of "shedding"?
I don't know.
What I do know is that birds going blind, or not being able to fly away from approaching humans, or shivering and shaking as if they're having a seizure, is not normal.
And what I strongly suspect is that someone knows why, and isn't talking...
See you on the flip side...