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Post by Lobo on Fri 19 May 2017, 4:47 pm

Pelicans and other species of aquatic birds dying in Florida after being disoriented and bleeding from the mouth: Reason unknown
Posted: 19 May 2017 12:10 AM PDT
Pelicans and other species of aquatic birds are reportedly dying off from the coast near Amelia Island all the way south to Ponte Vedra Beach, sea life researchers say.
Researchers with the Florida Sea Grant Extension of Northeast Florida, a part of the Unversity of Florida/IFAS Extension Program based in Flagler County, say ospreys, pelicans, gulls, and anhingas are a part of this die-off.
These birds appear to become disoriented, the researchers say, and somehow find themselves far from the ocean and their habitats.
Their feathers become dry, brittle, bleached and lack proper waterproofing.
Some can even be seen bleeding from the mouth.
The majority of the sick birds are near the mouth of the St. Johns River, researchers say.
Possibly related is a rainbow-colored sheen atop sea form at the beach of Little Talbot.
Sick pelicans have also been spotted in the lake at the Guana Wildlife Management area. Veterinarians with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission have collected the carcasses of some of the birds and are testing them to find out more information.
Sea Grant Extension researchers say if you see find dead birds, report them to the Florida Fish and Wildlife bird mortality database at this: Link
Don't touch them.
If you see any sick birds that sound like the ones in this report, email Anna Deyle, NE assistant regional species conservation biologist at this address.
If you can, include photos but don't touch the birds.

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Thousands of dead fish wash up in an area of Vietnam where 100 million tones have died in the last 2 years
Posted: 18 May 2017 08:30 AM PDT
Photo vietnambreakingnews.com
Thousands of fish suddenly died in the Nhieu Loc-Thi Nghe Canal, HCM City, on May 16.
The dead fish can be found floating from Dien Bien Phu Bridge in Binh Thanh District to Bridge 6 in Phu Nhuan District.
From Bong Bridge to Hoang Hoa Tham Bridge, the dead fish almost covered the whole water surface.
Rubbish was also floating along with the dead fish which include carps, tilapia, perch and other fishes.
Many fish are already decomposing.
Nguyen Van Tu, a local in Binh Thanh District, said fish started dying since earlier that day.
"The heavy rain yesterday might have swept the rubbish into the canal and caused pollution.
I often fed them with bread but today, no fish surfaced to eat.
Maybe it's another mass fish death like previous years," he said.
HCM City authorities proposed in April to drain the wastewater in the sewer and water in the canal to Saigon River to reduce pollution and save the fish.
For the past three years, many fish have died in the canal.
Last year, nearly 10 tonnes of fish died during the transition from the dry to rainy season.
This reached 20 tonnes in 2015 and 70 tonnes in 2016.
There is another proposal to reduce a third of 470 tonnes of fish living in the canal, most of them are tilapia.
A vast amount of fish have been released by the people on special occasions and multiplied as tilapia has a fast breeding rate.
The canal is overloaded and can't provide enough space and food to the fish.

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