Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

Jan 5, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Cincinnati Enquirer

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

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Well, I see that the short bus has dropped off our resident juvenile delinquent and he's finished his after school Pop-tart earlier than usual. I'll leave him to his "Dennis The Menace" style mischief.
For a little while, anyway.....
To the decent posters, I'll be skimming the internet for some additional info on that sink and be back later.
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LOL, Leave it to you to come up with an idea like that!!!
LOL Lala, might as well make the best of a bad situation.
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my late afternoon nap went on into the night. woke up and thought it was time to make coffee LOL
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THE UNA FARTER wrote:
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LOL Lala, might as well make the best of a bad situation.
I agree UNA. There is not a whole lot we can do about earthquakes, sinkholes, escaping methane gases, or many other natural disasters; so why worry about them but just do whatever we can to be ready or evade them if and when they do happen and leave the rest up to the CREATOR.

If we focus too much on this sort of thing, we tend to get depressed and paranoid.

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LOL Lala, might as well make the best of a bad situation.
The only problem with that idea is that sink holes often don't stop sinking--only the smaller ones do. Instead of getting a storm cellar, you might find yourself dropped down as far as the gates of Hell. Not a good thing. LOL
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I see Topix sent United Van Lines to move me out of Lexington. LOL
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The only problem with that idea is that sink holes often don't stop sinking--only the smaller ones do. Instead of getting a storm cellar, you might find yourself dropped down as far as the gates of Hell. Not a good thing. LOL
Or fall all the way through. Maybe the prepper's should learn to speak Chinese. LOL

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I agree UNA. There is not a whole lot we can do about earthquakes, sinkholes, escaping methane gases, or many other natural disasters; so why worry about them but just do whatever we can to be ready or evade them if and when they do happen and leave the rest up to the CREATOR.
If we focus too much on this sort of thing, we tend to get depressed and paranoid.
Not me, AW. I don't research to worry about stuff. I just want to know "when to get outta Dodge" if the need be, and to find higher ground LOL. Where I'm sitting, I could get caught up in liquefaction if the New Madrid goes. If I have fair warning, I can take my crew (family and animals) and head for the hills. LOL. It's kind of pretty where my last relative lives in the Pocano Mtns., and I have a friend in Maine. I'd probably stay away from my friend in Indiana. But on the other hand, if the New Madrid goes, I may just squeak by and get oceanfront property LOL. Only kidding about the above, of course.
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Ancient Wolf wrote:
my late afternoon nap went on into the night. woke up and thought it was time to make coffee LOL
You worked too hard. haha I have done that and it really messes my next day up because I can't sleep when I am suppose to. It was a great day to be out. Now that you did all that work you should be able to enjoy the warm days ahead.

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they say that the poles are shifting. this creates changes in the magnetic field in the earth, messing with the animals and how they navigate around the world. also, changes in the galaxy is causing changes in the planets magnetosphere. the combination of these are creating changes in the planets and animals and how they act and react to things around them. if the birds cant navigate well enough to leave out of the cold weather then they stay and some may be starving to death as well as starving with there being little to no food of what they would normally have during the warmer months.
Or they get disoriented and crash to the ground. Birds' "GPS" can get messed up when the earth's magnetic field is not right.
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You worked too hard. haha I have done that and it really messes my next day up because I can't sleep when I am suppose to. It was a great day to be out. Now that you did all that work you should be able to enjoy the warm days ahead.
That is another thing I don't worry about.. sleeping when I am supposed to. As long as I am awake enough to fee my critters, time don't mean much.

@Oglala.. I have about headed for the hills as far as I can or will go anyways and if I wind up with ocean front property, I will just take some of this wood and build a boat if I am not already liquid.
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Not me, AW. I don't research to worry about stuff. I just want to know "when to get outta Dodge" if the need be, and to find higher ground LOL. Where I'm sitting, I could get caught up in liquefaction if the New Madrid goes. If I have fair warning, I can take my crew (family and animals) and head for the hills. LOL. It's kind of pretty where my last relative lives in the Pocano Mtns., and I have a friend in Maine. I'd probably stay away from my friend in Indiana. But on the other hand, if the New Madrid goes, I may just squeak by and get oceanfront property LOL. Only kidding about the above, of course.
I don't either. I like to know. There are certainly things we can prepare for and if you don't know you can't prepare. I am far enough up on the Indiana/Kentucky border I could run, but where. It seems the there are potential disasters everywhere with faults, nuclear plants etc..You are right about the oceanfront property though. lol

I did somemore reading and video watching about the sinkholes. Found some interesting stuff.

Wide Awake: Sinkhole is only a symptom...

radiation levels in Kentucky are discussed in the Madrid Fault area, they talk about the increase in train derailments. We just had the big on that shut down parts of 31W south of Louisville outside the gates of Fort Knox in Valley Station. Interesting. There have been a lot of trainwrecks it seems.

There's some BP conspiracy theories and deaths for our sybil, talks of the North Dakota earthquakes (thinks fracking is responsible), underground gas storage facilities (map show a bunch in Kentucky), lots of sulfur smells reported in the South, something present prior to large earthquakes, talks about having a "bug out" bag ready.

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Earthquake Warning Late 2012 Early 2013 - New Madrid Fault - Overdue
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Published on Jan 3, 2013
New Close-ups of giant sinkhole: Tree trunks coated in oil; Crude and sheen floating on surface - More land falls in (photos)...
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

Are Massive Sinkholes affecting New Madrid?
Published on Jan 3, 2013
It may be a question of when...

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

A lot of them are company clean up reports out of Texas. Those trees covered in oil are just a sad reality of that massive spill. If you get some time, check them out. They are very interesting with maps etc...
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For AW, another funny video...my sister and brother-in-law always talk about how sneaky the squirrels are trying to get their bird seed.

Squirrel jumps and hangs for treats

http://entertainment.msn.com/videopreview/...
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The way I see it is that I have survived 2 hurricanes, a tornado, 2 bad car wrecks, a heart attack, and carotid artery surgery. So if it is my time, it is just my time.

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The only problem with that idea is that sink holes often don't stop sinking--only the smaller ones do. Instead of getting a storm cellar, you might find yourself dropped down as far as the gates of Hell. Not a good thing. LOL
he has already foreseen where he is headed.
(BTW, why did you use a capital H?)

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I agree UNA. There is not a whole lot we can do about earthquakes, sinkholes, escaping methane gases, or many other natural disasters; so why worry about them but just do whatever we can to be ready or evade them if and when they do happen and leave the rest up to the CREATOR.
If we focus too much on this sort of thing, we tend to get depressed and paranoid.
For sure AW, there is nothing we can do about them. I don't worry about such things. To me it would be the same thing to sit around and worry about dying, we know that is for sure. As you said, it's all in the hands of the Creator. He created everything and knows just how to manage it.

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I see Topix sent United Van Lines to move me out of Lexington. LOL
LOL. That's why I don't even to bother to post my location. I am in Lebanon, but every time I posted, it was from a different place, and never from Lebanon.

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That is another thing I don't worry about.. sleeping when I am supposed to. As long as I am awake enough to fee my critters, time don't mean much.
@Oglala.. I have about headed for the hills as far as I can or will go anyways and if I wind up with ocean front property, I will just take some of this wood and build a boat if I am not already liquid.
Instead of Noah's Arc, we would have AW's Arc. LOL If you let me come onboard, I'll bring the rest of the animals, you can take the chickens. LOL
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FOR THE BIRDS:

The Eagle projects:

Non-Profit Organization

Established in 1988, the non-profit Raptor Resource Project specializes in the preservation of birds of prey.

Website: www.raptorresource.org

Jan. 7th - Nestorations at the Original Nest ~
(Click on the photo to enlarge it, and click on "see more" in this post to see the videos).

Much to the delight of viewers today, both parents were on the "Y" branch again and 989razzle caught the first video listed below of Mom bringing in a branch to the nest. Also listed are some videos by 70chico1 from Jan. 5th of both parents on the "Y". We are all really pleased to see there was some action in the nest on camera today, and the past few days :)

Many thanks to all those who take the time to upload videos for us!

01-07-13 (This video is from today)
Video by 989razzle:
Mom brings branch to the old nest...
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01-05-13
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Mom and Dad both visit...
http://www.youtube.com/watch...

01-05-13
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Dad enjoys a late afternoon fish on the "Y"...
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This will be my 3rd year watching these magnificient creatures.

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LOL. That's why I don't even to bother to post my location. I am in Lebanon, but every time I posted, it was from a different place, and never from Lebanon.
It's the location of the tower your satellite internet signal is coming from. It will change from time to time.

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