Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

There are 81707 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

United States

#91433 Aug 3, 2013
Yep. That's her sentiments exactly! No mas.

This should be a fantastic day!! I want to put the house in order and also move a huge mound of mulch. I'm not too good at filling the bucket on the tractor :-( but my dozer man tells me I'll eventually get the hang of it. There is no sunlight coming through the windows so maybe it'll rain and I can work on indoor projects. I have exactly seven days to get ready for overnight company. At least the guest room is ready. Maybe I'll just close my bedroom door and hope no one dare open it! Lol.
The fun part will be selecting menus for Friday night through Sunday morning. Belgium waffles with yummy blueberries/pecans and choices of syrups and cool whip/icecream or the scrambled egg with cheese/hickory smoked bacon/ buttered toast. Obviously I'm not going for the "good for you" , just GOOD. Lol
Have a Super Saturday and enjoy the day that the Lord hath made!
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#91435 Aug 3, 2013
Anne wrote:
Yep. That's her sentiments exactly! No mas.
This should be a fantastic day!! I want to put the house in order and also move a huge mound of mulch. I'm not too good at filling the bucket on the tractor :-( but my dozer man tells me I'll eventually get the hang of it. There is no sunlight coming through the windows so maybe it'll rain and I can work on indoor projects. I have exactly seven days to get ready for overnight company. At least the guest room is ready. Maybe I'll just close my bedroom door and hope no one dare open it! Lol.
The fun part will be selecting menus for Friday night through Sunday morning. Belgium waffles with yummy blueberries/pecans and choices of syrups and cool whip/icecream or the scrambled egg with cheese/hickory smoked bacon/ buttered toast. Obviously I'm not going for the "good for you" , just GOOD. Lol
Have a Super Saturday and enjoy the day that the Lord hath made!
Lol. With meals like those, you'll be lucky your guests don't linger. A nice salad with shredded chicken and toasted almonds sounds nice with sliced apples on the side. Your Begium waffles has my mouth watering. That man of yours is sure missing a good thing when he's gone. Lol. They say the way to a man's heart is through is stomach. I know many will diasgree with that adage. Me, I believe it.
what now

United States

#91437 Aug 3, 2013
Speaking of birds, there has been only one hummingbird been coming to the feeder this last month. If me or the dog happen to be near the feeder, he flutters in front of us a bit, then goes on to the feeder. I am wondering if he has chased the others away and claimed it.? He looks just like a mallard. I will give him a name. Assuming its a 'he'. Easier to say, I guess. Funny how everything is a 'he' or 'she' around here. The tree is an 'it' though,I do not know why. Maybe I will name him after an itty bitty nephew, so he can be proud. "The day the Lord hath made... Thank you for that!
Anne

United States

#91438 Aug 3, 2013
Wow! It's really quiet in here! Hope that means everyone has has a great day!
@misty: that salad with shredded chicken sounds really good!! Toss in some mandarin oranges... I may try that out on some company soon. Here in a few weeks I plan on "visiting" my better half and I certainly plan to pack that waffle maker! Ok. Gotta stop this food talk. I'm getting hungry. Lol
@what now. You're welcome! It was a great day!
Heeheehee. Naming trees and things. Lol. We named our pond and little park area with the grand kids nicknames . Also the trails in the woods are starting to have names-/ it helps to keep the different areas straight!
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#91439 Aug 4, 2013
I am up to see "Ralph" and talk about a "Buick". I guess I would have been better off to talk about the food instead of gobbling it all down. LOL Chili Dogs in August is just not the thing. Good thing I have antacids. Sunday morning breakfast.. Tums and coffee
what now

United States

#91440 Aug 4, 2013
Good morning! Well, it was all over soon as the dog smelled the bacon here. Even the tiniest kittys came out this morning, they got the milk. Horse had to check the coffee cup. Maybe I start over..
Chris

Alliance, OH

#91443 Aug 4, 2013
I believe that birds are real.

Since: Jul 13

Location hidden

#91444 Aug 4, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I am up to see "Ralph" and talk about a "Buick". I guess I would have been better off to talk about the food instead of gobbling it all down. LOL Chili Dogs in August is just not the thing. Good thing I have antacids. Sunday morning breakfast.. Tums and coffee
It's sad --- when I was in college I could grab a slice of cold pizza and tacos at 2 am didn't matter. Now I contemplate both what and when I eat. I love the fruit flavored tums its an aging persons hors d'oeuvres.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#91446 Aug 4, 2013
Anne wrote:
Yep. That's her sentiments exactly! No mas.
This should be a fantastic day!! I want to put the house in order and also move a huge mound of mulch. I'm not too good at filling the bucket on the tractor :-( but my dozer man tells me I'll eventually get the hang of it. There is no sunlight coming through the windows so maybe it'll rain and I can work on indoor projects. I have exactly seven days to get ready for overnight company. At least the guest room is ready. Maybe I'll just close my bedroom door and hope no one dare open it! Lol.
The fun part will be selecting menus for Friday night through Sunday morning. Belgium waffles with yummy blueberries/pecans and choices of syrups and cool whip/icecream or the scrambled egg with cheese/hickory smoked bacon/ buttered toast. Obviously I'm not going for the "good for you" , just GOOD. Lol
Have a Super Saturday and enjoy the day that the Lord hath made!
May I come to visit for breakfast? LOL Sounds absolutely delicious, since I am on a yogurt and granola diet. Yuck.

Since: Mar 11

Location hidden

#91447 Aug 4, 2013
Good afternoon, folks. Went riding yesterday, and my old bones feel it today. I just put my horse out in the paddock today, and she looked at me as if to say, "Are we going on our jaunt again today?" No way!! I ended up digging out a ditch instead. That should be good for the old back.
Speaking of birds, I was sitting out on my deck yesterday, and a mockingbird perched on the rail, not 6 inches from my shoulder. He gave out a loud squalk and flew off. I guess that I invaded his territory. We have a few hummingbirds around here. When I first saw them, I thought that they were bumblebees. They are so tiny. Have a good day, folks. Will be back later.
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#91449 Aug 4, 2013
After the Tums and coffee breakfast, I made the mistake of visiting the local buffet for lunch. I might need to eat again by next Thursday LOL
Anne

United States

#91452 Aug 4, 2013
Oglala wrote:
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May I come to visit for breakfast? LOL Sounds absolutely delicious, since I am on a yogurt and granola diet. Yuck.
Come on over. Fair notice though: I eat out for breakfast a lot! I find the breakfast special of 2 eggs, 2 bacon and 2 toast for 2.99 sticks to my ribs until around 2pm-- of course I eat breakfast around 9am so you guys that eat before the sun appears would want lunch sooner. Lol
My favorite at home breakfast(besides the waffles) includes 4 or 5 cheeses, several types of fruit- grapes, apples, strawberries, bananas, kiwi, pears etc. 2 or 3 meats including braunsweger(?). Bagels. toast, flavored and regular cream cheeses. Yogert , Juices, milk, coffee. The chopping, dlicing, slicing and peeling takes a good long while. The table is absolutely loaded! Everyone loves this "buffet" but it costs an arm and a leg so I do it about once a year

Since: Jun 12

Location hidden

#91453 Aug 4, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
After the Tums and coffee breakfast, I made the mistake of visiting the local buffet for lunch. I might need to eat again by next Thursday LOL
I bought this very delicious watermelon at the farmers market. I've been eating it all day. I think I've reached my limit. I forgot watermelon is a natural diuretic.
Oops
Anne

United States

#91454 Aug 4, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
I am up to see "Ralph" and talk about a "Buick". I guess I would have been better off to talk about the food instead of gobbling it all down. LOL Chili Dogs in August is just not the thing. Good thing I have antacids. Sunday morning breakfast.. Tums and coffee [
Tell Ralph hello ! Lots of guys around here talk about going to see a man about a horse. Lol. Years ago I bought a large initial "p" and nailed it to a tree. Lol

“Is who I am”

Since: Aug 08

Scottsville

#91455 Aug 4, 2013
Wonderful weather. It was another long weekend here. Can't believe school starts here next week!!
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#91456 Aug 4, 2013
Anne wrote:
<quoted text>
Tell Ralph hello ! Lots of guys around here talk about going to see a man about a horse. Lol. Years ago I bought a large initial "p" and nailed it to a tree. Lol
I said goodbye to Ralphhhhhh this morning when I bowed before the porcelain throne and told him I was leaving in a Buickkkkkk. LOL
Anne

United States

#91460 Aug 4, 2013
Ancient Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>
I said goodbye to Ralphhhhhh this morning when I bowed before the porcelain throne and told him I was leaving in a Buickkkkkk. LOL
You're a bonified, certified nut case! Lol. Too funny!
Anne

United States

#91461 Aug 4, 2013
Miss E Font wrote:
<quoted text>
I bought this very delicious watermelon at the farmers market. I've been eating it all day. I think I've reached my limit. I forgot watermelon is a natural diuretic.
Oops
Me and my chickens le--ovvvv-ve watermelon. Lol
Ancient Wolf

Lexington, KY

#91464 Aug 5, 2013
nobuddy wrote:
How long are these bird's going to keep die'n.Must be the gas well fracking or the coal mineing. I HEAR'D coal was making a lot of people sick .
Yes, coal has made a lot of folks sick and die. Especially, the coal miners including some of my ancestors. But at the same time it has driven the economy and kept many people employed for a number of years, kept the rest of us warm in the winter and cool in the summer. I lived the first several years of my youth without electricity and I don't want to return to that life-style. Do you? There are alternatives but those also make people sick and die. The question is would it really be any less.
Misty eyed

Louisa, KY

#91466 Aug 5, 2013
A large sinkhole in Sharon Springs, Kansas keeps getting bigger. It is sad to see family homes totally swallowed by these holes. It seems like they are worse than ever. Hopefully, Nope's sinkhole is farther away from her home. Abeliever is sure missed. Really hope she is okay. Pretty long hiatus for her.
Lovely afternoon:)

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