November 23, 2013 at 2:44 pm #1168MikeKeymaster
Time is ticking. We have no idea what is being sprayed into the
atmosphere, but it doesn’t look.
I need my calculator to add up the numbers of anomalous/mysterous
Every state could do the same as Los Angeles, CA Protest
Demonstration against “experimental weather modification” bills that
are being heard in wash, D.C.
Rosalind and I would help.
Bird die-off perplexes scientists
Tuesday, March 21, 2006
The Associated Press
Hundreds of the seabirds known as rhinoceros auklets have washed up
on the Southern Oregon coast, and scientists haven’t settled on an
explanation for the die-off.
The birds seem to be in good shape off California and Washington, a
“The questions in my mind are: Is this something that’s widespread
in Oregon? Is it a freak event like a storm or something that’s
going to last longer?” said seabird researcher Dr. Julia Parrish, an
associate professor of biology at the University of Washington.
Explanations include a storm that killed lots of birds as they were
gathering for breeding season, and warming ocean waters that are
inhospitable to the bird’s food chain.
There were no reports of an increase of dead auklets elsewhere, said
Parrish, executive director of the Coastal Observation and Seabird
Beach observers said the birds started washing up this month off
Southern Oregon, and hundreds of carcasses, as many as 20 to 30 a
mile, were reported last week.
The birds live most of their lives at sea. They are scrappy,
constant fliers and look like little footballs, almost pointy on the
ends, black on top and white underneath.
— The Associated Press
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