By Dr. Elliot Lyons | January 3, 2011
Well, I have to say it’s pretty interesting that over 4,000 redwing blackbirds, grackles and starlings died over Beebe, Arkansas. The prevailing theory is that the birds were swept up into a thunderstorm while roosting on a tree. As fascinating as that theory is, it does not answer the question what happened 125 miles away in the Arkansas River where over 100,000 fish that died the same day. Perhaps they were sitting in the same tree; sounds very biblical to me. I think it was Blackwater, excuse me I mean Z.
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