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    Dead birds

    I don't think I've ever seen so many.

    Lots of dead seagulls out and about on the roads, and in my garden there's been 3 dead birds in the garden this summer already, a sparrow, some kind of tit and a ****ing massive woodpecker - never even seen one of those previously - and it almost landed on the mrs as it just dropped dead out of the sky.

    What's going on here then?

    Bird flu?
    5G mobile masts cooking their brains?
    A portent of the forthcoming Armageddon?

    There are crows and magpies around that chase the smaller birds but I don't think any of these were down to that

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    Re: Dead birds

    There is a massive outbreak of bird flu amongst wild birds. I've never seen so many dead myself this year.
    Best keep your budgy in its cage. 😀

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    Re: Dead birds

    loads of fecking pigeons and magpies round our way eating everything they can and making an awful noise. they'd not be missed if they croaked.

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    Re: Dead birds

    Not noticed many dead birds up my way - but I have noticed all the rabbits have disappeared!

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    Re: Dead birds

    Seagulls eat flying ants this time of year which makes them pissed hence why so many are seen dead

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    Re: Dead birds

    Quote Originally Posted by Its been emotional View Post
    Seagulls eat flying ants this time of year which makes them pissed hence why so many are seen dead
    I just looked that up as I wasn't sure if it was true.
    Wow.

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