at the end of February over 100 starlings in the Thurgau village of Triboltingen are suddenly on the main road. How the Tagblatt media reports, the birds injuries.
"A third was moving its wings, the rest of the birds were dead," said an eyewitness, according to a report in the newspaper media. On a relatively small area on the street and the adjacent Meadow around 120 starlings were. The hunting and fishing management in Frauenfeld, the news Agency Keystone-SDA confirmed on enquiry of the incident.
An examination of several of the Stare at the centre for fish and wildlife medicine at the University of Bern, lung injuries, and skull trauma showed. "Such violations indicate a collision back," said Livio Rey, spokesman of the Swiss ornithological Institute in Sempach LU, opposite Keystone-SDA. The injury came about during the impact after the crash of the birds, he said this was unlikely. "It looks more likely that they are colliding in flight with something."
collision with truck
about a week Ago there was a similar case in the United States. Residents of the city of Sikeston, Missouri, found early in the Morning, over 1000 dead birds on the ground. In this case, a Thunderstorm and strong winds, however, are the most likely explanation.
No connection with mobile radio
Also in The Hague, it was in the autumn of 2018 with a case in which around 300 starlings in a Park were dead on the ground. The incident generated a viral Fake News that 5G was to Test the reason for the death of the starlings. The most likely reason for the mass Dying of the Stare was also this time in a collision, such as more detailed investigations revealed. Suddenly and violently startled, the birds flew very likely against Branches and trunks and collided with each other and the ground.
The bird Observatory-monitoring in Switzerland, the bird populations, and there is no evidence to suggest that Stock declines are caused by mobile radio. "If mobile would be the death of the birds responsible, the question remains, why Stare more affected to be, as pigeons or sparrows, which occur frequently in settlements," asks Livio Rey. (aru/sda)
Created: 10.03.2020, 11:33 PMUpdated Date: 10 March 2020, 16:03