Birds on power lines

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+1 1. hhakansson commented 2 years ago

B a r b e c u e :P
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+5 2. tomthecabinboy commented 2 years ago

Wonder if it was in Kentucky??

Kentucky Fried Starling Hmmmmm Might catch on!!
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0 3. Dennyboy commented 2 years ago

Hitchcock springs to mind..:)
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+2 4. RobertTusk commented 2 years ago

If 2 birds touch wings in flight, their combined wingspans might be wide enough to span the gap between 2 high tension wires.
Poof!
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0 5. Judge-Jake commented 2 years ago

Well at least it was quick.
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+1 6. oregonn8tive commented 2 years ago

#3, My younger Brother found 3 Bald Eagles under a power line that had done just that, according to the State Fish and Game people after they did a necropsy on the carcasses. The theory was they had been shot at first but ruled death by electrocution instead.