Mass die-off of seabirds on Pacific coast called mysterious | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Mass die-off of seabirds on Pacific coast called mysterious

Scientists are trying to figure out what’s behind the deaths of seabirds that have been found by the hundreds along the Pacific Coast since October.

Mass die-offs of the small, white-bellied grey birds known as Cassin’s auklets have been reported from British Columbia to San Luis Obispo, Calif.

It’s normal for some seabirds to die during harsh winter conditions, especially during big storms, but the scale of the current die-off is unusual.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Well, there is the fact that this winter is much harsher than normal, which will kill off more birds. There is that huge methane cloud over the southwestern United States and birds are very sensitive to methane, and then there is the radioactivity from Fukushima.

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