Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer 81,775

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

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Since: Mar 11

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#88821 Apr 25, 2013
Anne wrote:
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Welllllll, other than the rain watering my newly planted things, it pushed the fencing job back and totally postponed putting in the concrete culvert that was delivered today. so I understand what your saying. Last year the Amish guy that was working for me had a chisel slip out of his tool belt. Went straight down and sliced the extension cord in half!!! Talk about sparks flying!!! Regular 4th of July !!! Lol
I did that when I cut the cord to our electric hedge trimmer. Good thing it happened so fast or I might have been fried. Yikes. I've always been a bit of a klutz.

Since: Mar 11

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#88822 Apr 25, 2013
Good morning my fine feathered friends. My birds are multiplying. Looks like an Alfred Hitchcock movie around here. I have to feed my outside dogs at night, or the birds eat the kibble faster than they do. I was thinking of AW yesterday, when I saw two young does grazing in the side yard. Beautiful. I also saw a different sight as hubby and I drove home on our little country road. It is not unusual to see vultures and turkey buzzards around here, and you have to be careful so slow down if they are in the road. They don't move quickly and risk becoming road kill along with the lunch they are eating. One BIG bird took a slow lift off and fired away, literally, as he took offense at our disturbing his meal, just missing the windshield.(What goes in the body, ultimately comes out the other end). Bombs Away!!!
Sad

United States

#88823 Apr 25, 2013
This is sad
Anne

Owensboro, KY

#88824 Apr 25, 2013
Oglala wrote:
Good morning my fine feathered friends. My birds are multiplying. Looks like an Alfred Hitchcock movie around here. I have to feed my outside dogs at night, or the birds eat the kibble faster than they do. I was thinking of AW yesterday, when I saw two young does grazing in the side yard. Beautiful. I also saw a different sight as hubby and I drove home on our little country road. It is not unusual to see vultures and turkey buzzards around here, and you have to be careful so slow down if they are in the road. They don't move quickly and risk becoming road kill along with the lunch they are eating. One BIG bird took a slow lift off and fired away, literally, as he took offense at our disturbing his meal, just missing the windshield.(What goes in the body, ultimately comes out the other end). Bombs Away!!!
A near miss. Lol. Sure makes an interesting couple of minutes!!! Lol. My car was in the shop and I was driving a rental van. On my way home with a quarter of a mile to go, a large wild turkey flew up out of the side ditch and committed suicide on the grill of the rental van.$1800.00 damage. Lol.( it WAS rather crazy )
Rapidfire

Corbin, KY

#88829 Apr 25, 2013
Anne wrote:
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A near miss. Lol. Sure makes an interesting couple of minutes!!! Lol. My car was in the shop and I was driving a rental van. On my way home with a quarter of a mile to go, a large wild turkey flew up out of the side ditch and committed suicide on the grill of the rental van.$1800.00 damage. Lol.( it WAS rather crazy )
Do not drink WildTurkey while driving ! HaHaHa! Who would throw a perfectly good bottle of WildTurkey in the ditch ? LoL
hogweed

AOL

#88830 Apr 25, 2013
hogweed an grow to well over 10 feet tall ,..
dont get the sap on your skin ,...
dont eat it ,....
dont feed it to livestock ,..

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#88831 Apr 25, 2013
Just watching some Tv... and watching some Birds eat seeds...Nice.
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#88833 Apr 25, 2013
@ Roaming, sure glad to hear that you're relaxing. All those long hours, shopping for the birds and taking care of your family keeps you hectic it seems. It's nice to hear your parents have been well. Pneumonia is terrible if not caught early. A little chilly out here.Yet, the birds and I are enjoying the sunlight. Lovely. Partner will be home next week after being gone for nine weeks. Feeling kinda squirrelly. Hehehe. You have a nice evening Gal;)
Anne

United States

#88834 Apr 25, 2013
Rapidfire wrote:
<quoted text> Do not drink WildTurkey while driving ! HaHaHa! Who would throw a perfectly good bottle of WildTurkey in the ditch ? LoL
Lol ain't yew jus so funny!!! Wild Turkey!!! Lol

Since: Mar 11

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#88835 Apr 25, 2013
RoamingInsomniac wrote:
<quoted text>Wll, then, leave. We don't care if you think it's stupid. Don't let the Topix door hit you in the azz on the way out.
Way to go. What I don't understand, is if someone doesn't care to discuss the topic of the day, why don't they just tune out? Can't account for some people. Glad you finally got some rest.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#88836 Apr 25, 2013
Misty eyed wrote:
@ Roaming, sure glad to hear that you're relaxing. All those long hours, shopping for the birds and taking care of your family keeps you hectic it seems. It's nice to hear your parents have been well. Pneumonia is terrible if not caught early. A little chilly out here.Yet, the birds and I are enjoying the sunlight. Lovely. Partner will be home next week after being gone for nine weeks. Feeling kinda squirrelly. Hehehe. You have a nice evening Gal;)
Well, you will not know what to do with yourself when your partner gets back.((Wink wink)) lol Here, it's sunny and nice. I am feeling bad for those that are going to the local Jacksonian celebration this Saturday, because it's looking more and more like rain. I love that celebration, but alas, I have to work. Hope you have a good rest of your day.

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#88837 Apr 25, 2013
Oglala wrote:
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Way to go. What I don't understand, is if someone doesn't care to discuss the topic of the day, why don't they just tune out? Can't account for some people. Glad you finally got some rest.
Because some people just want to try and bother other people. It's too bad they can't just relax and enjoy the birds.
haley

Hanford, CA

#88838 Apr 25, 2013
birds will be birds
Hurricane man

Pikeville, KY

#88839 Apr 25, 2013
Hi
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#88840 Apr 25, 2013
Built a 10 foot by 16 foot deck today. Great day for doing that, no rain and just pleasant out. Dog likes the new deck, great place to lay and work on his tan since I have not been able to teach him how to use a hammer. LOL I guess I will mow 2 acres of grass tomorrow since there is rain in the forecast for both Saturday and Sunday.

Since: Nov 12

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#88841 Apr 25, 2013
Who follows a tornado into destruction.What are they after.
Anne

United States

#88842 Apr 25, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
Built a 10 foot by 16 foot deck today. Great day for doing that, no rain and just pleasant out. Dog likes the new deck, great place to lay and work on his tan since I have not been able to teach him how to use a hammer. LOL I guess I will mow 2 acres of grass tomorrow since there is rain in the forecast for both Saturday and Sunday.
Beautiful day for building decks!!! Well, a truly great day!! My dad was working with hammer and nails in the pig pen. He stuck the hammer handle in his back pocket so he could use both hands to put the wire in the correct position, squatting down to do so. Pig casually walked by and grabbed the hammer with its mouth, then ran like crazy!! Maybe the pig just wanted to learn to use the hammer so people wouldn't call him a "lazy pig" ! Heeheehee!!

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#88843 Apr 25, 2013
Have a good night all...See you all tomorrow.
truth is

United States

#88844 Apr 25, 2013
Who follows a tornado? Someone waiting to savage all the pieces left over from the storm . It's hard to fight the funnel cloud coming when the siren was shout off.
Nice tan flow

Logan, WV

#88845 Apr 25, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
Built a 10 foot by 16 foot deck today. Great day for doing that, no rain and just pleasant out. Dog likes the new deck, great place to lay and work on his tan since I have not been able to teach him how to use a hammer. LOL I guess I will mow 2 acres of grass tomorrow since there is rain in the forecast for both Saturday and Sunday.
you should work on your tan too...most people are lacking in vitamin D

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