Monday, December 31, 2012

Dead Birds in Seymour
Birds were falling out of the sky over the weekend in Seymour, Tennessee. Witnesses say the birds believed to be Starlings were seen in flight just moments before they fell from the sky onto the roadway. It happened on Sunday on Boyd Creek Highway. They estimate that around fifty possibly more dead birds dropped out of the sky, but a photographer from the Mountain Press who arrived on the scene says some of the birds were still alive and flopping around. A state wildlife official took several birds for a necropsy. The rest of the birds were pushed onto the shoulder of the roadway by a truck with snowblade. (CC)

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