Comments on “Why are birds disappearing? After 40 years, scientists still don’t have a clear answer”

  1. Sasha says:
    02/21/2023 at 12:05 PM

    Maybe it’s all of that crap that jets emit when they fly over

  2. Frank Morace says:
    02/21/2023 at 12:24 PM

    My Comment want make a difference!
    The Evil to depopulate the Planet want stop with a comment from me!!!!!!!!!!

  3. James says:
    02/21/2023 at 12:25 PM

    All the above, except the stupid The Birds movie comment.

  4. john strand says:
    02/21/2023 at 12:41 PM

    Spend some time on any lake and it will be obvious. Look at the trees. The birds cannot reproduce because their nests are destroyed by the constant chemtrail winds that are destroying nests and trees.
    In the past decade, I have seen the Bald Eagles even diminished by these winds and in the fall, you can see all of the nests are in tatters, ripped apart every time the airplanes spray the skies.
    I have found smashed eggs, dead baby squirrels and seen trees completely blown over.

    1. zlato says:
      02/21/2023 at 8:52 PM

      Chemtrail winds? Bless you.

  5. Meteorologist Memo says:
    02/21/2023 at 12:41 PM

    I’m not sure why this is a mystery..? One reason, if you research it, is the 50-100+ birds struck a day by planes and helicopters, most of which goes unreported.. if you google it, you’ll find tons of news agencies and universities have researched this problem over the years. This is still occuring..

    So if you factor this in with climate change and research behind birds falling out of this skies, then this is not as much a mystery as a massive problem.

    We also know (and you can also research it yourself) that whales and other sea life are struck by ships on a daily basis, and truckers mow down tons of wildlife every single day on the interstates… so land, air, and sea are all covered by man kinds’ exodus towards an extinction event, all in the name of chasing the almighty dollar.

    1. James Philips says:
      02/21/2023 at 6:47 PM

      There are 10-20 billion birds in the US today. What you’re describing wouldn’t account for any substantial or noticeable loss. Insecticides reducing bird food starts to sound more plausible given the chemicals people dump on their lawns.

    2. MustyKunt says:
      02/21/2023 at 9:51 PM

      You’re a genius!

  6. Jerry Glenn says:
    02/21/2023 at 1:31 PM

    Powerful insecticides including organophosphates decreased bird food insect abundance which resulted in bird abundance decline. Charts show the effects clearly, insecticide scientists are not ignorant of what is occurring.

  7. Fred G says:
    02/21/2023 at 1:56 PM

    Why would any of the “global warming” scientists admit to that? They are on the payroll of those who pay them to continue this befuddled nonsense, that will lead to a disaster if it does not stop.

  8. Saynoto Monsanto says:
    02/21/2023 at 2:07 PM

    We can most certainly blame pesticides on all of our crops.

  9. Gary says:
    02/21/2023 at 2:47 PM

    A lot of causes correctly cited in the comments, adding domestic cats to the list, which kill a lot of song birds every year (recall reading that it’s ~1B/year worldwide)

  10. Reuben Handel says:
    02/21/2023 at 3:43 PM

    Remember 40 years ago when they claimed to know what the problem was and banned insert killers which resulted in millions of dead Africans?

  11. Freeland_Dave says:
    02/21/2023 at 5:41 PM

    Not hard to figure out actually. Destruction of their natural habitats along their migratory routes and, in the case of geese, over harvesting by third world countries like Mexico. Chemical pollution does have a negative effect but much smaller compaired to habitat and over harvesting.

  12. Cato says:
    02/21/2023 at 6:02 PM

    1. Windmill turbines
    2. Outdoor cats
    Combined they kill millions of birds each year.

  13. Dumbo says:
    02/21/2023 at 6:04 PM

    Gee, so many experts who know all! I kneel before you all.

  14. robert Mikes says:
    02/21/2023 at 6:58 PM

    We are killing the biosphere ,we just set a global record with our overpopulation ! The oceans are the first tipping point ocean heat record this past year

  15. Shea says:
    02/21/2023 at 10:23 PM

    Check under the bird blenders producing intermittent electricity. It’s like getting hit with a baseball bat, and we’ve put them in the pathways of the major air currents… the same currents the larger birds use. Called it 10 years ago… do we ever consider consequences or do we just assume we are doing “good” for the planet?

  16. Mark Daddario says:
    02/22/2023 at 1:38 AM

    We poison the air, the water, the soil, the electromagnetic fields around us, and each of us, including the animals, have their own electromagnetic fields and sensitivities to them. Cell towers, radio waves, microwaves, satellites, and so on. Is it any wonder that a sensitive creature like birds, and also the insects, are affected by our casual and corrosive doings?

  17. Anthony Oliver says:
    02/22/2023 at 2:07 AM

    In our immediate area of Sussex we have experienced noticeable birdlife reduction in both numbers and species over the last few years. We are convinced this is due to there being less farm animals on the land, their droppings / dung being the necessary food / ground enrichment etc for insects. Result – less insects – less birds. Nothing else has changed in our area – not loads of fertilizer or weedkilling sprays as often blamed.


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