More than a thousand blackbirds died in the U.S. on the first day of the new year

More than a thousand blackbirds died in the U.S. on the first day of the new yearConservationists and ornithologists are confused, trying to identify the reasons that led to the massive loss of more than 1 thousand blackbirds, Saturday literally falling from the sky over one of the cities in the U.S. state of Arkansas, said on Sunday by the Associated Press, citing local authorities.
According to the environmental authorities of the State of Arkansas, reports of bird deaths near the town of Beebe (Beebe) began to arrive on Saturday. The report says that among the dead only blackbirds, dead birds of other species were found.
As one of the local ornithologists, birds found injuries that could be caused either by lightning or hail. Some experts explain the death of birds noise from the explosions of firecrackers and fireworks, which could cause stress on the birds. The version of the possible poisoning of birds excluded.
About 65 dead birds have been sent for examination in the laboratory of the National Center for Wildlife Commission and the state's livestock and poultry industry.

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