Dead fish and dead birds make the news again today. Manchester England is reporting hundreds of dead fish in a pond and Sullivan, Missouri has hundreds of dead birds lining a street of their town. This makes 19 events total with the 15 events last week with the new four events this week.
Here is the complete list:
*December 30 – dead fish totaling 100,00, started washing up along the sides of the Arkansas River.
*December 30 – dead fish, over 100 tons of sardines, croakers, and cat fish wash ashore in Rio De Janerio.
*December 31 – thousands of dead birds, red winged black birds are found in Bebe, Arkansas.
*January 1 – hundreds of dead birds found near Murray State University in Kentucky .
*January 4 – 500 dead birds, red wing black birds, found along highway in Point Coupee Parish, Louisiana.
*January 4 – hundreds of dead fish wash up on the shores of St Clair River Sania, Ontario, Canada.
*January 4 – thousands of dead fish on the banks of Spruce Creek, in Orange, Florida.
*January 5 – Chesapeake Bay in Maryland sees the biggest mass kill off to date, 2 million fish.
*January 5 – Tyler Texas reports 200 dead birds.
*January 5 – 150 dead birds surface in Wilson, Tennessee.
* January 5 – 50 – 100 dead birds, crows, found on a street in Falkoeping, West Sweden.
*January 5 – Kent England, 40,000 dead velvet swimming crabs, wash ashore.
*January 5 – New Zealand, hundreds of red snapper was ashore many of these fish have no eyes.
January 5 – another dead bird event, which are the white doves in Italy. These dead birds were found to have killed themselves by over eating, authorities report, according to the Huffington Post.
On January 6 – thousands of dead fish washed ashore on Folly Beach in South Carolina, according to ABC News
January 9 – dead birds were found along a stretch of Highway 101 in California.
January 10 – dead fish were discovered floating around the Chicago lake front and harbors. Another strange event that was documented in Chicago was that Canadian Geese and Mallard Ducks were feeding off the dead fish. This is not something that is in these birds diets, according to Huffington Post.
January 11 – dead birds reported found along the street in Sullivan Missouri, according to Fox News 2.
January 12 – Manchester England reports hundreds of dead fish floating in a pond in that city.
The State of Connecticut has a phone line specifically set up for residents of the Nutmeg State to call in and report dead bird sightings. This has nothing to do with the events taking place now, Connecticut authorities set this up so they could track the bird flu. Connecticut has not had any dead bird or dead fish events in the last few weeks, but if any dead birds are in the state, most likely someone would call the State of Connecticut’s designated department for this.
Reference: Huffington Post, Fox News Live, State of Connecticut, Fox News 2