An Additional Group Of Dead Birds Discovered In Sweden
You will find even more accounts of dead birds falling from the sky coming out. The deceased birds in AR were first, and then the deceased birds in Louisiana. Now it has spread to Sweden. This kind of problem seems like it was bought with a payday advance straight out of a movie script come true. Source for this article – Another flock of dead birds discovered in Sweden by MoneyBlogNewz.
Sweden seeing dead birds in sky
In Louisiana and Arkansas, there were reports of dead birds, says MSNBC. Now, Sweden has reported the same thing. A member of the crow family, jackdaw, was the species of the 50 to 100 birds that fell deal in Falkoping. Falkoping is west of Stockholm by a couple hundred miles. Just like the other cases, there is no cause of death. These bird deaths aren’t that uncommon. Many might think they’re though. The U.S. Geological Survey reported about 90 mass die-offs of animals like fish and birds between June and December of 2010. In the incidents involving bird flocks, there were five instances of flocks of 1,000 or more birds dying this year due to disease or other causes.
Seeing this as common
The recent event of 400 to 500 dead birds in Louisiana was likely because they ran into a power line, though that hasn’t been confirmed. There wasn’t a confirmation for the Beebe, Arkansas, birds’ deaths either. A blunt force trauma was what was guessed though. The Christian Science Monitor reports that there have been 16 incidents of over 1,000 birds dying at the same time in the last 30 years that were seen by the United States Geological Survey. About 5 billion birds perish annually within the United States, so conspiracy theorists should check the tin foil hats at the door.
It goes widely unreported really
Events comparable to the bird deaths in Louisiana and Arkansas are more common than press coverage would indicate. It is still shocking though. The larger context isn’t anything though. It is a coincidence more than likely.
Christian Science Monitor