Zombie bird war on Island
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Startling news from Isle of Wight Radio:
At least a dozen more dead birds have washed ashore on our beaches covered in oil and fighting for their lives.[ref]
The story raises the gruesome possibility that this undead flock will be fighting on despite their unfortunate demise. Who’s a pretty… B-b-b-rrrains!
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There were a few more reported, perhaps a dozen, some alive, mostly dead. All from the SSW coast. The RSPCA took them in so if you ask them they may well have some more accurate statistics, and info from Sussex too. None reported in the last week I’m relieved to say, so we assume it is over.
Amusing though the IoW report is (you can just picture the editor!), have you any more reports of the recent oiled casualties? It has just hit us here (East Kent) and the available information is sketchy.
Please sign my petition to ban the mesh on fat balls and peanut feeders for birds.
They have been known to rip off birds feet and trap their beaks.
See the evidence on my blog, or visit the e-petition on the 10 Downing St site.
I would be grateful if this could be widely advertised, as it will only work if we get good numbers signing.