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Blackbirds Falling From the Sky
#21
I wish those geese did!
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#22
People up here are keeping geese away with herding dogs; the geese hate them and the dogs love chasing them. Eventually, they get they message and leave.
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#23
Is the government responsible for this, and the many others? Hundreds of Yankton, South Dakota birds poisoned by USDA. If this is common practice, then why hasn't this been noted before? And why the the government take so long to take credit for it? And why were more than starlings involved?

Something, to me, doesn't smell right here.
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#24
John L Wrote:Something, to me, doesn't smell right here.

the gummint, as usual.
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#25
Starlings are the only bird in Tennessee you can shoot at will,at any time,no limits.

They're a hassle to humanity.

Until you get a load of them like these farmers,I'd be slow to judge this event negatively.

They are in the same camp as crows and coyotes here. To be killed if at all possible.

Although there are limits on crows.
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