Botulism kills 80 birds in Waikato

NZHerald Feb 20, 2012

Avian botulism is thought to have killed around 80 birds in the Piako River in Waikato and more than 150 are displaying symptoms of the paralysing disease.

Gulls, black shags, grey teal, mallard ducks, grey ducks, pied stilts, white-faced herons and royal spoonbills are some of the species so far claimed by the disease.

Auckland Waikato Fish & Game has planned an operation to stem the outbreak near the river’s outlet into the Firth of Thames.

The botulism is a form of food poisoning caused in water birds by hot weather releasing toxins from dead weeds or other pollutants in shallow, still water.


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1 Response to Botulism kills 80 birds in Waikato


    Interesting thing this botulism, the algaes and of course many many other side effects of these clowns playing with the weather. I have just put together a video, in which i mention botulism and the algaes. A bit after half way in the video, i have too put up a list of death in the sea, on the land and really, for those who think the sky is painted in candy floss, you might have your sweet sky, painting a different picture in your mind. Find it on You Tube: brisbane chemtrails – djmskinart “THE SKY THAT TELLS A DIFFERENT STORY.”

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