Fish and Bird Kills on Massive Scale

Fish and Bird Kills on Massive Scale

In early 2011 reports flooded in from all over the world about massive fish and bird die-offs. Theories multiplied as to the cause, from freak weather events, to disease, to the effects of HAARP on wildlife.

On New Year’s Day, 2011, residents of Beebe, Arkansas, awoke to find the bodies of over 5,000 red-winged blackbirds strewn over 1.5 square miles. Blackbirds do not fly at night. What were they doing flapping around after dark? What caused this mass killing of birds that would normally be roosting after dark? Theories ranged from people shooting fireworks on New Year’s Eve to lightning, thunder, or hail that sent the birds into a panic. Necropsies ruled out poison.

John Fitzpatrick, director of Cornell University’s ornithology laboratory in Ithaca, New York, suggested that the most likely explanation was that the birds were nesting in a single tree that got caught up by a thunderstorm that fatally soaked and chilled them. Violent weather had invaded much of Arkansas that New Year’s Eve, including a tornado that killed three people, so lightning might have frightened the birds into taking flight.

Perhaps the thousands of dead blackbirds found in Beebe might be explained, but a deadly and mysterious plague that killed millions of birds and fish seemed to be just the beginning of events striking all around the world.

December 20, 2010

Reports were received that 100 tons of sardines, croaker, and catfish began washing up in Brazilian fishing towns.

January 4, 2011

  • 500 blackbirds were found dead in a region of Louisiana about 300 miles south of Beebe.
  • Dozens of dead blackbirds were reported in Kentucky.
  • Hundreds of dead birds were found in central Sweden.
  • Millions of dead fish surfaced in Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay.

January 5

  • 100,000 dead drum fish were found in the Arkansas River, 100 miles away from the site of the dead blackbirds in Beebe.
  • 40,000 bodies of Velvet swimming crabs, lobsters, sponges, and anemones were found on the beaches of England.
  • Hundreds of dead snapper fish were washed up on the beaches of Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand.

January 6

  • 10,000 dead birds were found in Manitoba.
  • Thousands of dead birds and fish were reported in the St. Clair River, Ontario.
  • Hundreds of dead fish appeared in Lincoln Park, southeastern Michigan.
  • Pelicans died at terrible rate in Topsail Beach, North Carolina.
  • East Texas was alarmed by deaths of hundreds of birds.

January 7

  • Mass deaths of petrels and other seabirds were discovered in New Zealand.
  • One hundred tons of dead fish were found floating on Lake Buhi, Philippines.
  • Tons of farm fish were found dead in Vietnam.

January 8

  • Thousands of turtle doves fell dead from the sky in Italy.
  • Flocks of dead birds were found in Wilson County, Tennessee.

January 10

  • Hundreds of dead sealife of several varieties washed ashore in South Carolina.
  • Thousands of dead barramundi fish floated up on shore in Australia.
  • Millions of dead fish, alligators, and turtles floated on Bolivian rivers.
  • Two thousand five hundred tons of fish died in China.
  • Thousands of small fish washed ashore in southern Cuba.
  • Hundreds of dead birds fell from the sky in Germany.
  • Numerous dead whales washed ashore on the Ghana coast.
  • Thousands of dead fish were found in India’s Yarmuna River.

January 11

  • Mass deaths of birds occurred in areas of Brazil, Thailand, Sweden, and the United States.

January 12

  • Thousands of bird deaths were reported in Karacabey, Turkey.

January 14

  • Three hundred dead birds dropped from the sky in Alabama.

January 15

  • Fifteen hundred dead birds fell to earth in Ukraine.
  • In the United Kingdom, carcasses of dozens of seals were found off Norfolk Coast; 100 dead birds fell on a British home; 40,000 dead devil crabs found on a beach.
  • Mysterious deaths of puffer fish were reported in Hawaii.
  • Large numbers of dead birds were found in Southern Illinois.
  • Unexplained whale deaths, the highest on record, were reported having occurred off Argentina.

Throughout the month of January, bizarre mass deaths of fish and birds continued to occur around the world. Here are even more examples:

  • Twenty-four pilot whales were found dead in northern New Zealand.
  • Ten thousand cattle died mysteriously in Vietnam.
  • A million dead fish filled a Los Angeles area marina.
  • Thousands of dead fish washed ashore in Florida, followed by the bodies of over a million jellyfish.
  • Hundreds of dead birds were found near Lake Charles, Louisiana.
  • Twenty dead horses died suddenly on a farm in Virginia.
  • Two hundred dead cows were found in Portage County, Wisconsin.

Many suspects were named as the possible assassins in these strange mass deaths of birds and fish. Pollution was named as a likely possibility, followed by various types of poisons. When these possibilities were ruled out by scientists and environmentalists, the general public was quick to voice a number of candidates:

  • Monsanto’s genetic engineering program.
  • The endtimes—God is coming for His people and Judgment Day is near. The mass killing of birds and fish was a warning sign of what certain errant humans had in store.
  • Chemical dispersants thrown into the Gulf to cover up the BP oil spill in the Caribbean.
  • The Bush family working with the Bilderbergers.
  • Earth movements causing the release of methane gas.

While conspiracy buffs could embrace one or more of the above as possible causes, number one on most of their lists was HAARP or some other weather modification instrumentation. The many flocks of birds struck down from the sky and the hundreds of tons of fish killed in bodies of water around the world were simply collateral damage from experiments conducted to fine-tune advanced mechanisms for controlling world weather.

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