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Confirmation - Reports Of Bugs And Birds Nearly Gone
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07-11-2018 12:46 AM

 



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Confirmation - Reports Of Bugs And Birds Nearly Gone
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Shocking Cape Cod Bug Report 2018
From Tabor Johnson
7-9-18

Hi Jeff,

Cape Cod, Massachusetts...the horse-fly, deer-fly, green-head, no-see-um capitol of the world...until now. The men’s changing room at Coast Guard Beach in Eastham has always been a fly horror show nightmare beyond any description. I’ve been coming here over 40 summers now, and memories of the flies there, at Herring Pond, on First Encounter beach around sunset, and of no-see-um’s coming in THROUGH the window screens at night are tattooed on my DNA.

I have not seen a single fly in that changing room so far this summer. Writing that made me cry, Jeff. Not a single green-head bite at the pond. Not one. My parents and I watched a rare chemical-free sunset last night at the bay and I received only a few tiny no-see-um bites.

Enjoy the sunset,

Tab
Eastham, MA


Deathly Silence In Ontario, Canada

From Steve
7-9-18

Hi Jeff - Steve from Millbrook, Ontario. Yesterday, just after dusk I asked my wife to come out on a gazebo overlooking the yard. I asked her, "what do you notice”? She didn't know what she was supposed to focus on. I said ‘Listen'. After a few moments, she said, ‘There's not a single cricket, frog or cicada!'

Later in the evening she stood at a balcony overlooking the yard. Again…silence. We used to have a cacophony of sounds of nature from dusk til two or three in the morning. Now it is all silent...all night long. I thought...if the insects and frogs are dead, what about the micro organisms in the soil? They must be dead, too.

Without the micro organisms, what is there to break down the soil and rocks, making the minerals bioavailable to plants? If one picks up bioactive soil with both hands, there are normally 6 billion micro-organisms in that soil. If the soil is dead, it is sterile. What is feeding the plants that are feeding us? We are in trouble, Jeff. Thank you for opening up our eyes and ears to the vanishing world around us. It is getting scary.


Bad News From Ireland

From Von Moss
7-8-18

Hi Jeff - I live in Wexford, Ireland in a very rural area. We usually have hoards of swallows and house martins all round the house. This year, i have counted 8 pairs.The car windscreen is usually covered in bugs, but again, this year, I have hardly had to clean it. Also there are no bats.


Flies, Bugs, Birds Missing In South Carolina

From Upstate South Carolina
7-8-18

Hi Jeff & Rense Readers,
Even though upstate South Carolina has had above average rainfall this year, there is an absolute lack of mosquitoes that should be abundant. Being a gardener, and wildlife aficionado, a bucket of water is left filled outside for the birds, bees, and wildlife to quench their thirst. In past years, inevitably a harvest of mosquito larvae would appear within several days, along with frog or toad eggs that would be kept alive in the water until they finally metamorphosized in the fall as either toads or frogs.

This year, 2018, not only have no mosquito wrigglers (larvae) appeared in standing buckets of water but one can sit outside in the early morning or late evening, and not suffer even one mosquito bite. This is quite odd and unusual.

There are no flies. Normally summer brings houseflies, and horseflies (the kind that bite you). Only one housefly has been observed this entire year, and that observation is what started the brain ticking to go ahead and write in to you guys.

Only two swallowtail butterflies have been seen this year, and so far, no cabbage moths which are usually present in high numbers.

What are present in much overabundance are yellowjackets and wasps. There are fewer honeybees present than last year although that could be ascribed to the week of 20 degree weather that occurred in upstate SC in the winter.

No bluejays have been seen this year. Only a few robins appeared in the Spring and have not been seen since. The red-headed sparrows, and common sparrows appear quite frequently at the feeders. There are 2 families of redbirds, one lone hummingbird, and several mourning doves.

For all of your readers, Bee Balm (shades of red, and purple) and ‘Mexican' Petunia (member of the mint family) are hardy perennials that will help provide nectar and pollen for hummingbirds and bees.

...A Reader from upstate South Carolina


Vanishing Life In Ontario, Canada

From Steve
In Millbrook, Ontario. Canada
7-8-18

I live in a small village an hour north east of Toronto. This summer, July 2018, there are very few butterflies and almost no monarchs. Used to see bats at dusk, but not any more. Turtles used to be a common occurrence in crossing roads, not any more. Honey bees, very few. I have cherrie trees and mulberry trees on my lot so they attract a lot of birds. But the bird diversity is down and there are fewer birds. Fewer worms in the ground, too. It must be a combination of GMOs as we have a lot of farms around us, chemtrail particulates coming down with the rain and in the air, and possibly Fukushima radiation.

Jeff, I have been following you for about 20 years and take this opportunity to thank you for the education.

Thank you, Steve


Huge Population Reductions Of Birds And Bugs In LA Area

From Steve
San Gabriel Valley, East Of LA
7-7-18

I've lived here since the early 1980s and have watched as local wildlife populations declined sharply. Mind that there has been essentially no new development here, or in our surrounding mountains, that might account for the drastic changes.

In years past, Spring would bring swarms of June bugs to darken our windows and screen door at night, but now I haven't seen a single one in years. Same for large black beetles, almost thumb sized, that used to roam our sidewalks at night. Ditto for everything from caterpillars and moths to snails. And we used to have Argentine ants swarming constantly around trash cans, along driveways and in the garden. All gone... every.... last... one!

The bird populations that are mainly bug eaters have consequently plummeted as well. While we still see seed eating birds like finches, mocking birds have had their numbers greatly reduced. They used to sing day and night, now there's just a few. Even after we had that wet winter the year before, there was no noticeable upward spike in our bug population afterwards.

Not sure of the cause, but I see it as a 'canary in the coal mine' for sure.


From Kurt Ruppert
June 21, 2018

I just want to pass this to Jeff. I’m living in a suburb of Atlanta, Ga. The insect population is way down. The light bulb over my front door attracts the same number of bugs that we use to see in the WINTER timer. The lake by my house once attracted a large population of bats, now, there are none. We have a year round population of ducks and geese on the lake. So far this year, we have had two female ducks produce at total of 5 babies between them. None of the geese have had any of their eggs hatch. There is a mother goose who always makes a nest in my yard. She actually buried her egg in the ground. I’ve never seen that. Also, we have wasps, yellow jackets, half sized bumble bees but absolutely no honey bees.
I bring up this subject with people and they look at me like I’ve grown another head.

Kurt Ruppert Marietta, Ga.


From Gene in Idaho
June 14, 2018

Subject: I just came back from vacation in Oregon. Here is my report.
I sent it to Oregon state on June 6 and am still waiting for a reply...
Hello...

I tried to call Oregon State University earlier to hopefully speak to an Oceanographer about my recent trip to Seaside, Oregon.

Being from Honolulu and Northern California, I am very familiar with the Pacific Ocean and the masses of species it is a habitat for.

On a several day vacation trip to Seaside, Oregon, I was astonished to see no marine plants, nothing living at the high tide line and the complete lack of any mussels, oysters, plankton, starfish, crabs, sea lions, sea otters, and a hundred other things I can't think to name. Also it seems there is no more seaweed, kelp or other species of marine plants.

Can someone PLEASE enlighten this OLD Man?

It looked Biblical in size and nature to me. I am Astonished, Concerned and I find it beyond belief how barren the stretch beach is from Astoria, Oregon to almost Newport. All the roadside stops along the way, the beaches and places that used to have LIFE in ABUNDANCE were BARREN.

There was no birds to speak of and just a couple dozen seagulls were on the beach. There were no BUGS either. I looked for ANYTHING alive but only found a couple garden snails in the brush behind the hotel we stayed in. The only thing alive beside the people were the dogs at the hotel. Seriously, it was eerily silent. The only thing that appeared alive on the shoreline was some sort of THING. It was blue in color, round, a little bigger than a silver dollar and had a translucent ‘hood' it had raised. It was like a coin flipped up on end. There were 2 of them near the high tide line and the tide was out.

The tide line had 2 or 3 corpses of crabs about 4 inches across...just the shell tops. And maybe a dozen or so that were just 2 inches across.

If a man was hoping to fish and live off the ocean, he would DIE. Oh, and there were NO BOATS out…no fishing boats AT ALL

Gene - Idaho


From Michael Walsh
June 19, 2018

Subject: Bird and insect decline

Hi from Rochdale, Pennine Hills...UK

I’ve seen swallows on the same phone lines since I came here 16 yrs ago. August 2015 - 80 swallows on the lines, Aug 2016 - there were about 40 on the lines. This year, 2018, there are 4. There are no bugs on the front of the car, for years…and I live in the country, There are very few bees and wasps left.

More reports at link...
https://rense.com/general96/birdsbugs.htm
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Wait till August.
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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.
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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.

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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.
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In fact the last time I trimmed my hedges I didn't want to, because they were filled with spider webs. Just covered in webs. The friggin things were breeding or something.
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Maybe we have them all, they're everywhere here. chuckle

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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!

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A 27-year study found the amount of insects flying in the air has declined 75% — but no one knows why
  • 75% of the flying insects on protected lands in Germany seem to have died over the past 27 years.
  • Researchers aren't sure what's responsible for the decline, but say climate change probably isn't to blame.
  • Bird populations are now also on the decline.

Bug researchers in Germany are puzzled.

New data suggests the total population of flying insects there has declined a whopping 75% in the past 27 years. And no one knows why...

http://uk.businessinsider.com/germany-in...?r=US&IR=T
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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 can´t stand flies I don´t even think they are from this planet chuckle but we have been blessed with a decline in flie numbers. It is kind of annoying that you are eating and uninvited flie lands on your food. The number of bugs in general have declined. I live in a tropical whether and we have bugs all year long. Maybe they migrated to your state chuckle
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A 27-year study found the amount of insects flying in the air has declined 75% — but no one knows why
  • 75% of the flying insects on protected lands in Germany seem to have died over the past 27 years.
  • Researchers aren't sure what's responsible for the decline, but say climate change probably isn't to blame.
  • Bird populations are now also on the decline.

Bug researchers in Germany are puzzled.

New data suggests the total population of flying insects there has declined a whopping 75% in the past 27 years. And no one knows why...

http://uk.businessinsider.com/germany-in...?r=US&IR=T

It is highly noticeable where I`m from.
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Multitudes of insects in the Deep South USA this year. More than normal, actually. The wife and I were just talking of this no more than 10 minutes ago
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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
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-11-2018 01:02 AM)
Multitudes of insects in the Deep South USA this year. More than normal, actually. The wife and I were just talking of this no more than 10 minutes ago

My zone used to be a high active population of bugs and insects, and I mean high. I swear something is afoot here. I don´t see bees, or wasps, or dragon flyes, or even spiders, or hear cicadas sing. The rain bugs are gone too.
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I've personally been noticing a decline where I live. Been seeing many dead and dying bees as well as there being less of them. Also, seeing what seems like an unusual numner of dead birds and there is no fish, where waters should be teeming, but the last one is probably caused by overfishing.
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