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    Bonnie Lea
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    now see how easy it is for my brain (the poor shunted thing) to mix up things.  I read TWO STORIES  this one and then the one about the birds in the feed lot.so naturally (not really naturally just the way Bonnie seems to be headed of late)  ahhhhhh poor Bonnie she was such a good lass….(silence here)  so this is the quebec story.  Note they say they are NOT alarmed, but that they are NOT taking it lightly either….. (true canadidans) hahah

     

     

     

    now see how easy it is for my brain (the poor shunted thing) to mix up things.  I read TWO STORIES  this one and then the one about the birds in the feed lot.so naturally (not really naturally just the way Bonnie seems to be headed of late)  ahhhhhh poor Bonnie she was such a good lass….(silence here)  so this is the quebec story.  Note they say they are NOT alarmed, but that they are NOT taking it lightly either….. (true canadidans) hahah

     

     

    QUEBEC – More than 80 birds have been found dead in a small town west of Quebec City.

    Residents of St-Augustin-de-Desmaures say the pigeon carcasses began turning up in mid-December.

    Local fauna officials have opened an investigation and are sending the carcasses for laboratory tests.

    Quebec is only the latest in a series of locations across the world to report the mysterious appearance of dozens, and in some cases thousands, of dead birds.

    In Arkansas more than 5,000 birds appeared to fall from the sky around Dec. 31.

    Quebec officials are ruling out a connection for the time being.

    "For the moment, there is nothing linking these deaths to a particular cause or to the deaths of other birds," said Nicolas Begin, a spokesperson for Quebec's Natural Resources Department

    "We are not alarmed, but we're not taking this lightly either."

     

    Hope everyone is staying warm and cosy…it is freezing here…..

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