Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81766 comments on the The Cincinnati Enquirer story from Jan 5, 2011, titled Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.. In it, The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that:

MURRAY, Ky. - State wildlife officials say "several hundred" dead birds were found near the Murray State University campus last week.

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Anne

Mitchell, IN

#90526 Jun 28, 2013
E RATSO wrote:
<quoted text>she sounds like a hoarder ,....
collecting peoples other peoples trash ,..and hauling it home ,.. where it piles up in the house and yard ,.....
at least ky rocks are worth something ,...
{ the big round ones are worth about $1.00 ea wholesale }
dumb yankees might even pay more
Lol. Hoarder... Lol. Well the chairs will be placed in the crawl space under the house where we go during tornado warnings. So I have a very practical use for them. Swing frame? In a lovely spot in the woods. I may be a "dumb Yankee " but my geodes from Tuesday were free for the taking! Troll on.

Since: Mar 11

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#90527 Jun 28, 2013
E RATSO wrote:
<quoted text>she sounds like a hoarder ,....
collecting peoples other peoples trash ,..and hauling it home ,.. where it piles up in the house and yard ,.....
at least ky rocks are worth something ,...
{ the big round ones are worth about $1.00 ea wholesale }
dumb yankees might even pay more
Hey!!!! This Yankee turned Southerner is not dumb.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#90528 Jun 28, 2013
Anne wrote:
<quoted text>
Lol. Hoarder... Lol. Well the chairs will be placed in the crawl space under the house where we go during tornado warnings. So I have a very practical use for them. Swing frame? In a lovely spot in the woods. I may be a "dumb Yankee " but my geodes from Tuesday were free for the taking! Troll on.
So you're a Yankee transplant too? What state did you come from?
Anne

United States

#90529 Jun 28, 2013
Right now I'm residing in the state of my birth: Indiana.

We spent many years living in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Also Minnesota, Louisiana, Wyoming . Then my better half has lived in Rhode Island, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri and Pennsylvania. And yes, I know how to pack to move. Lol
Anne

United States

#90530 Jun 28, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
"Shaker Village at PLeasant Hill" is at the intersection of U.S. 68 and Ky. Hwy 33 going toward the community of Burgin. That village has been restored and they have excellent dining, a visitor's center, gift shop, grounds touring, and overnight lodging in some of the old community quarters. The village sits atop the hills a few miles past the Kentucky River (with large limestone Palisades also worth viewing and a boat ride down the river to view those Palisades, wild life, and such) and is where the Shakers once took their goods down river to sell. The old Geode store is a couple of miles from the Shaker Village, but I can't remember if it is going back east on U.S. 68 toward Lexington or Southwest on Ky 33 toward Burgin.
You can read about the Shakers and Shaker Village at Pleasant Hill online. While in the area, you might also want to go on about 6 miles to the town of Harrodsburg to see Old Fort Harrod which was one of Kentucky's original forts. Traveling on Hwy 33 through the town of Burgin, you will come to Danville and can visit "Constitution Square" where the original constitution for the state was initiated. Also, that is the same area where Ephraim McDowell performed the first surgery in the state on Jame Todd Crawford. Much History in close proxximity including Perryville Battlefield State Park and Camp Nelson Heritage center where over 10,000 African Americans were inducted into the Union Army after the Emancipation Proclamation. That is also worth a visit.
I'm fairly familiar with Danville KY. Constitution square. Centre college is where my daughter attended a summer program years ago. Oh they have a Big Brass Band Concert there every year and I've attended that a couple of times. But I've never done anything with Pleasant Hill. I've been to South Union a couple of times to tour the shaker village there but I know pleasant hill has much more.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#90534 Jun 29, 2013
Okay, here is another post for someone to post or judge what they "think" as if their thinking will make any changes in the overall scheme of life. Good morning folks.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#90535 Jun 29, 2013
Going to be really nice and cool today. Hope you all have a good one!
Anne

United States

#90536 Jun 29, 2013
Good Morning!

Just look at that sun shine! Luv it! A full day ahead and lots of choices on how to spend it! Tonight when I lay my head down I hope to have accomplished a lot of wonderful things.. Even if it is just cleaning and laundry! Lol
shine in

AOL

#90541 Jun 29, 2013
let the sun shine
let the sun shine in ,...
the sun shine in
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#90546 Jun 29, 2013
3 hours of mowing is enough, now time to post some lame BS so some people will have something to complain about. Maybe they ought to just bypass this thread and go to Baskin-Robbins for some ice cream to sweeten their disposition. LMAO

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#90549 Jun 29, 2013
undertaker wrote:
<quoted text>hey uh who the hell puts a picture of their god dam cat as their face and on this website man oglala i think you are a bitch for puting your cat on here.
It's not my cat, It's just A cat,so troll on.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#90550 Jun 29, 2013
Good afternoon, folks. It's a beautiful day to day. Hope the cooler weather prevails. Ann, I'm glad that you found your hen. I would love to have a flock, but my outside dogs might harass them, so I don't dare. Those fresh eggs can't compare to what you find in the grocery store. Garden is still coming up slowly. I found a corn stalk growing in the horse paddock, and it's twice the size of my garden corn. Must have been a kernel in the horse grain that passed through and planted itself. Shows you what manure can do for good fertilizer. Hope that my horse doesn't decide to eat it.@AW: It's interesting how people can come on this site just to bash the discussion. You would think that they could think of something more interesting and productive to do. Don't you think?
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#90551 Jun 29, 2013
Oglala wrote:
@AW: It's interesting how people can come on this site just to bash the discussion. You would think that they could think of something more interesting and productive to do. Don't you think?
No, it doesn't have much logic. When we were young, we tried playing ball in the cow pasture. After stepping in the fresh warm cow paddies several times, we moved the game. You would think that if they are tired of lame BS, they would just move their game. LOL
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#90552 Jun 29, 2013
News Flash wrote:
Hundreds of lame ass posters posting on the worlds lamest thread. Day by day week by week hour by hour they return to post the same BS they post everyday.
All that for a News Flash ,Flash...Reminds me of a butt naked guy cutting his grass one time. I can't recall what part of Ky. Owensboro maybe. I thought I had entered a nudist colony. Lol. If you don't like the thread, move along little doggy.
Partner has differential going out on his tractor. Several leaks. Going to be down for a while.
Beautiful day. The morning and afternoon temps. were great!!!
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#90553 Jun 29, 2013
To All good Folks, enjoy the evening. It is nice as well;) Life is great and beer is good. Haha.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#90554 Jun 29, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
To All good Folks, enjoy the evening. It is nice as well;) Life is great and beer is good. Haha.
Sounds great. Wish I could have a nice, cold Coors, but I can't drink with the meds that I take. Such a shame.
Anne

United States

#90555 Jun 29, 2013
Woohoo! Look at that rain!! Glad I didn't fill the bird feeders this morning!
Hmmm.. I have a "neighbor" that when she is tipsy/high she mows their yard butt naked. They also fight a lot and the sheriffs dept makes screaming siren trips to their place.
Misty: sorry about the tractor problems. Sounds serious and sounds like a lot of work.
AW: on cold winter mornings one farmers daughter--NOT ME-- found those fresh piles a great way to warm their frozen toes.
Lala: I haven't seen your avatar cat as I just post off the mobile topix site. Right now I'm not using my registered topix name but also my avatar pic is blank anyway:-(
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#90556 Jun 29, 2013
Oglala wrote:
<quoted text>
Sounds great. Wish I could have a nice, cold Coors, but I can't drink with the meds that I take. Such a shame.
I am so sorry. I remember your health. I hope your therapy with riding that horse helps. They are wonderful creatures. I am sure your determination will be the greatest factors. I wish you well.
I was thinking of a Belgian white beer with a hint of orange and bergamot. I think, Linenkuegel makes that one. I really enjoy cosmos and mojitos on a hot evening especially over dinner.
Well,seems like a few posters have been absent for a while hope all is well with them.
Night to All:)
Hope partner's leaky truck makes it from Pennsylvania to Lexington by Monday.Most of the work will be covered under the powertrain warranty...fingers crossed;)

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#90557 Jun 29, 2013
Another beautiful day!
Abeliever

Elizabethtown, KY

#90558 Jun 29, 2013
Hello to my favorite bird threaders. I have been on vacation and got back today. Have to have a day or two to recuperate from too much fun and sun before going back to work. I hope everyone is enjoying their summer. I am.

It's HOT, but not as bad as out West. Wow. Plus we got some nice showers. Stopped the race at Kentucky Speedway while we were still enjoying clear blue skies with the most beautiful "natural" fluffy clouds. Glad I didn't have to water the roses or flowers. We are so Lucky in Kentucky. I am grateful! It was a great day.

I see the summer rush of super moon trolls rolled in. haha They just don't get it. Silly trolls.

Will check back in the next day or so and bring you some smiles. Meanwhile this one seems fitting to start with: Enjoy, they are adorable. I know lala, betty, and AW will smile.:)

The critters get creative when it's crazy molten hot outside

With a potentially record-breaking heat wave blistering its way across the American West through the weekend, people are warned to stay out of the sun and drink plenty of water. And even if you aren't living in that crazy dark red swatch on the map, other parts of the U.S. may still get pretty hot. So what about the critters? As you'll see in these photos, they can get pretty creative to stay cool, and in some cases, rely on a little help from their human friends.(And if you have any doubt how hot it can get in some locales, we added a few pics of non-living things to illustrate the point). Stay cool!

http://now.msn.com/heat-wave-the-critters-get...

Have a wonderful Sunday!

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