Whatever is causing the ever increasing deaths/die offs of our wildlife, you can rest assured it won’t be poisonous sprays, pesticides, pollution or 5G/emfs. Nothing to see here. EWR
1d · 3 September:Breaking news
Increasing numbers of dead and dying seagulls being found at Waikawa Beach on the Horowhenua coastline again. The first time was pre-Covid19 level 4 lockdown. Although Beverley Dowling said she had only found six dead birds so far, cause presently being investigated, she wanted to put the call out across the coastal rohe that Horowhenua is. She especially wanted to hear from people who are on the beach now who have found any dead or dying birds. “If you find dead birds please remove them from the beach, they may be passing on whatever is wrong to other birds, and they can make dogs and kids sick,” she said. “Definitely wear gloves, and make sure they’re really dead – they can be stunned and unable to move.” “If you see any unhealthy birds please wear gloves, put them in a cat carrier/sturdy box or similar, keep them warm, and contact me,” she said. She said at 2pm today some are being transferred to Kereru Rescue – “the lovely group that saved many of our birds last time.” She also said she can do live bird retrievals/ pick ups. Beverley can be contacted on 0272182820.
RELATED: from March 2020 : https://waikawabeach.org.nz/2020/dying-gulls-at-waikawa-beach-beware/