By Rady Ananda
Another New Years Eve, another mass bird kill. On December 31, 2011, Beebe police chief Wayne Ballew initiated an emergency ban on fireworks around 7:15 pm after receiving reports of dead birds.
Little Rock television station KATV showed a radar image of a large mass over the Arkansas town and said that hundreds of birds had died, reports the Associated Press. Other news reports indicate only “dozens” were found.
Posted in Animals, Environment, FDA, USDA, MSM Shills
Tagged 2012 mass bird kill, arkansas, avian holocaust, beebe, Environment, fracking, mass bird kill, USDA
By Rady Ananda
(Updated below.) The last four months of 2010, nearly 500 earthquakes rattled Guy, Arkansas.  The entire state experienced 38 quakes in 2009.  The spike in quake frequency precedes and coincides with the 100,000 dead fish on a 20-mile stretch of the Arkansas River that included Roseville Township on December 30. The next night, 5,000 red-winged blackbirds and starlings dropped dead out of the sky in Beebe.  Hydraulic fracturing is the most likely culprit for all three events, as it causes earthquakes with a resultant release of toxins into the environment. 
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Tagged air pollution, arkansas, bird kill, Earthquakes, Environment, EPA, fish kill, fracking, hydraulic fracturing, hydrofracking, induced seismicity, new york, pennsylvania, pollution, Sustainable Practices, Texas, Water pollution, wyoming
(Washington, DC) The galactic deity, also known as God, offered an exclusive interview to Dan Rather, yesterday. He cleared up the story about the the thousands of dead birds that fell from the sky over central Arkansas last week and hinted at his plans for some more surprises across the United States.
Dan Rather: Your holiness, what’s happening with the dead birds in Arkansas?
God: Please, Dan, just call me God. I decided to create some serious wish fulfillment for certain people in the United States.
DR: I don’t understand?
Jan 6. UPDATE: Fracking the life out of Arkansas and beyond
Jan. 3 UPDATE: New numbers: 100,000 drum fish die along 20 mile corridor of Arkansas River. At least 5,000 re-winged blackbirds have died in Beebe, per NY Daily News.
By various sources
On Thursday, Dec. 30, the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission reported a massive fish kill in Roseville, along the Arkansas River. But only a single species is involved: drum fish. The next day, AGFC received reports that about two thousand black birds fell from the sky 125 miles east in Beebe. Again, only a single species is involved and only in a one-square mile area.