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Mass deaths of migratory birds reported in New Mexico

BBC News Wednesday, 16 September 2020
The birds found dead in the south-west since August could number in the millions, researchers say.
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News video: Scrawny, Bug-Eating Birds Are Falling Dead To The Ground Across  The Southwest

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Gizmodo Earther reports thousands of migratory birds are now dropping dead across the Southwest. In late August, dozens of birds fell from the sky at the White Sands Missile Range and White Sands National Monument, both in southern New Mexico. Since then, Colorado, Texas, Arizona, and Nebraska...

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