"Never seen anything like it": No signs of injury on 100s of dead birds just 25 miles from Gulf -- Found in two locations (VIDEO)


Hundreds of dead birds discovered in Lake Charles, KPLC, February 10, 2011:

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is trying to figure out what caused the death of hundreds of birds in south Lake Charles. ...

More than 100 birds were scattered across Lake Street between Gauthier and Tank Farm Road; another hundred were found on Lincoln Road, about a mile away.

Kori Legleu, a biologist with Wildlife and Fisheries, identified the birds as Tree Swallows... "It could be a lot of things," said Legleu. ...

The preliminary results should be in, in about a week.

5 comments to "Never seen anything like it": No signs of injury on 100s of dead birds just 25 miles from Gulf -- Found in two locations (VIDEO)

  • John from Philly

    About the dead birds with no visible signs of injury. Since the synthetic bacteria used with the corexit can eat its way through metals and steel,like the hulls of ships, wouldn't it seem logical that the birds injuries are internal because that bacteria has eaten away their internal organs? This would also explain the internal bleeding, mysterious external boils, and destroyed immune systems of people, too!!!

  • Must be Wonder Woman and her Invisible Jet Again? Yes, if the GOM residents don’t MARCH on WALL STREET and DEMAND HELP … SOON, Comrades, there may be none of YOU left?

    You people need to organize and take it to wall street. Where are all the environmentalists?

  • Jean

    The environmentalists seem to have been silenced. Even the Audubon magazine said the oil disaster wasn't as bad as initially feared. The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries will come up with a lame excuse for these bird deaths. After all, these are the same people saying that the seafood is safe.

  • xdrfox

    Better get started, It took "NINE YEARS" for Congress to address the 911 Workers healthcare, Many died before help was granted ! The Air is Safe, EPA ! The Gulf is Safe, EPA !

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