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Confirmation - Reports Of Bugs And Birds Nearly Gone
pacman
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RE: Confirmation - Reports Of Bugs And Birds Nearly Gone
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-11-2018 06:24 AM)
Krampus  Wrote: (07-11-2018 05:17 AM)
Nobody want to admit it but we are in the middle of our own extinction and only a fool or a paid shill would say otherwise!

I don't know if we're quite that close to extinction, But the mentality of many posters here is disturbing, Mostly bluenames.

"Oh there's plenty of bugs and birds where i live, Everything's Fine."

I guess they are programmed to think that way, Part of a hive mind that can't seem to think for themselves.

Always question. Consider too they are posers. Acting. Change actors. Some are, i fathom.
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RE: Confirmation - Reports Of Bugs And Birds Nearly Gone
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-11-2018 06:24 AM)
Krampus  Wrote: (07-11-2018 05:17 AM)
Nobody want to admit it but we are in the middle of our own extinction and only a fool or a paid shill would say otherwise!

I don't know if we're quite that close to extinction, But the mentality of many posters here is disturbing, Mostly bluenames.

"Oh there's plenty of bugs and birds where i live, Everything's Fine."

I guess they are programmed to think that way, Part of a hive mind that can't seem to think for themselves.

Here we call that the denial phase! Just imagine when they will start to realize what is truly happening!

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How about putting a smile on someone face instead of a tear!
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I remember here when i was a kid the explosion of butterflies specie and now when we see one it's almost like observing a UFO!

How about putting a smile on someone face instead of a tear!
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RE: Confirmation - Reports Of Bugs And Birds Nearly Gone
Krampus  Wrote: (07-11-2018 06:36 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-11-2018 06:24 AM)
I don't know if we're quite that close to extinction, But the mentality of many posters here is disturbing, Mostly bluenames.

"Oh there's plenty of bugs and birds where i live, Everything's Fine."

I guess they are programmed to think that way, Part of a hive mind that can't seem to think for themselves.

Here we call that the denial phase! Just imagine when they will start to realize what is truly happening!

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I don’t think anyone said ‘and so it’s all fine’. They were observing what it’s like in their area. In our area, we’ve seen an uptick in the amount of bugs. Although we’ve only just recently got our first case of West Nile virus for the season...seems a bit late in the year, though. chuckle

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tamarack  Wrote: (07-11-2018 04:48 AM)
They're gone here in Minnesota too.
No bugs on the car windshield.

They used to be a problem driving truck.
I wonder if any current drivers have noticed the lack of bugs?

Not many birds, no frogs, no cicadas, no crickets, no bats, it's just quiet
at night. We have a few fireflies, mosquitoes, and a few flies is all.

This is a doom thread for sure.

Been noticing the same thing here in central lower Michigan.

Black Cat, where are you located?
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Lower central Texas...
We have plenty of:
Mockingbirds, Redbirds, Finch, Sparrow, Dove and Hummingbirds but I seem to not be seeing the teams of our local crow type birds they call grackles.

We still have honeybees, wasps, houseflies and mosquitos.

Not a lot of bats and we live pretty close too a huge colony on bat cave road, bats there are a big attraction at dawn and dusk.

We have plenty of garden bugs, ladybugs, night mothes that pollinate at night.

We have some new snails that seemed to arrive few years back about the size of popper marbles with swirly colored shells, not too many regular small
garden snails about any more.

Snakes galore both bad and good.
Lots of green anole lizzards but rare to see anymore spiny lizzards.

Other odd things, an increase in spiders indoors an out and we used to get scorpions coming inside before rains and before heat spells.
I haven't seen any scorpions around.
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I have grown a dozen rose bushes for 20 years or more. For the first time, no aphids showed up. Rose gardners know aphids on roses is the norm. Lady bugs are deterrent. Spring of this year, I noted the healthy roses on all bushes and realized this was why - no aphids. I have a insecticide/herbicide free yard and have frog ponds - frogs lay eggs in dog bowls and I give them the bowl and now, there are 5 of them. Lack of bugs led to them eating each other, large ones would eat smaller ones. Last year, I put light out at night to attract bugs to their region but none really showed up. I also began laying bananas out by their ponds which produced gnats to feed the younger, and banana fell into water which the tadpoles gobbled up, so now I have bananas in the water. I think they are starving to death or suffering from vitamin deficiency.

I have put coffee grounds into soil every morning for 20 years and have tons of worms. I also do not rake the leaves off the ground beneath trees but compost it. I water the worms when it is hot so they do not face evaporation. Epsom salts also was added yearly for 20 years. I have a few birds, sparrows hatched and left, woodpecker comes down for water and looks haggard. Hair is unkempt. He seems disoriented. I have hummingbird feeder which honey bees came to, and I put honey from a decade ago (it lasts forever) onto the ground in dishes for them, and they consumed massive amount and then left.

The scientists are busy digging up dirt on the president, I guess.

God help us all.
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Papa Frank  Wrote: (07-11-2018 01:16 AM)
I haven't seen love bugs here in Florida for about 2 years. They usually show up in spring and fall.

link to image: https://site.extension.uga.edu/nochaway/..._bug-1.jpg

You mean when the entire southern US was overcome with millions of love bugs last year, more than anyone had ever seen at once, there were none in Fl.?
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Arkansas here. If you want more, we got 'em, so many we can put them on sale.

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I'm worried about pigeons haven't seen em.
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I'm sure all those bugs can still be found abundantly in Florida. Especially the wings with teeth, that's what I call no see ums. Shidd maybe bug migration happens more than we know.
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PopEye  Wrote: (07-11-2018 12:52 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-11-2018 12:50 AM)
I live in NY and I have to wear insect repellant when I walk to work or the bugs eat me alive.

Lots and lots of bugs here in NY.

South central NY state here... bugs galore, and a multitude of birds.

PopEye  Wrote: (07-11-2018 12:57 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-11-2018 12:52 AM)
I have seen an alarming decline in the number of bugs in general that is mind boggling. I`ve made a couple of threads on this subject. Back in the 90s I used to hear cicadas every year, I haven´t heard one in at least 5 years. Even flies have lowered in numbers as much as that doesn´t displease me it makes me wonder what is killing or making bugs migrate and where to.

More bugs than ever here with the really warm weather we've been having.

As far as flies go, they're out-of-control. Come on over, I'd be more than happy to share the flies with you. In fact, you could take as many as you want with you!

I live near Syracuse, NY...because the summer has been so hot, I just let the dog, which I had part time last summer and now all the time, be in the back yard on a long leash...I don't pick up her 'doo' until it's dried out...but there are few flies...seems to be bees and wasps....but little else...last summer I found ticks on the dog several times....this summer so far not a one....but they had a deer kill-off to take care of the over-population...haven't seen one deer and they were always in my backyard...this is the first year I have not seen squirrels playing in my backyard trees...but I saw a fox and I've heard we have coyotes too so maybe they are eating them...or maybe the dog being out there every day is scaring them away IDK
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Southern BC, Canada:

All is normal as far as weather, bugs, birds, sun intensity, etc.

Yawn
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I'm in Texas and bugs have been the worst this year than they have been in decades, flies started hatching clear back at the start of January and there is no shortage of all types of bugs here. As for birds, I see them in my back yard daily, all different types including those I didn't even know existed.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-11-2018 01:05 AM)
Insect population decline leaves Australian scientists scratching for solutions

A global crash in insect populations has found its way to Australia, with entomologists across the country reporting lower than average numbers of wild insects.

University of Sydney entomologist Dr Cameron Webb said researchers around the world widely acknowledge that insect populations are in decline, but are at a loss to determine the cause.

"On one hand it might be the widespread use of insecticides, on the other hand it might be urbanisation and the fact that we're eliminating some of the plants where it's really critical that these insects complete their development," Dr Webb said.

"Add in to the mix climate change and sea level rise and it's incredibly difficult to predict exactly what it is."

'It's left me dumbfounded'
Entomologist and owner of the Australian Insect Farm, near Innisfail in far north Queensland, Jack Hasenpusch is usually able to collect swarms of wild insects at this time of year.

"I've been wondering for the last few years why some of the insects have been dropping off and put it down to lack of rainfall," Mr Hasenpusch said.

"This year has really taken the cake with the lack of insects, it's left me dumbfounded, I can't figure out what's going on."

Mr Hasenpusch said entomologists he had spoken to from Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and even as far away as New Caledonia and Italy all had similar stories...

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-02-24/de...ts/9481136

Can scientists really be this fvcking stupid?

I guess so.

Australian experiment wipes out over 80% of disease-carrying mosquitoes

Here's a tip: Maybe if you stopped killing them, there would be more.

Yeah, the article says limited trial areas, but still, I doubt that's the only bug killing experiment in Oz.

The Sun and Sandy Hook.
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