Why Is It Raining Dead Birds In New Jersey?
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It’s being reported that just days before Thanksgiving in Stow Creek Township, New Jersey, 200 dead red-winged blackbirds began “raining” from the sky.
And it isn’t the first time in recent weeks this has happened in that area, either.
Infectious disease has been ruled out, and despite testing nearby wheat fields for chemical compounds that may have contributed, pesticide poisoning has supposedly been ruled out as well.
Scientists are stumped (via Philly.com):
“We did ascertain that the birds suffered trauma and internal bleeding from hitting the ground,” [New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection spokesman Larry] Hajna said. “But what made them fall from the sky in the first place . . . we can’t say for certain.”
What do you think is causing this?
Curious isn’t it? How these “mysteries” are always reported on, but they hardly ever up finding the cause…
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