Thursday, October 1, 2015

2015 - SEP - Animal Die-Offs

2015-09-01 - Thousands of fish wash ashore dead at coastal Branscombe Beach (Britain):

Quote: "Mystery surrounds dead fish washed-up on beach that even seagulls won't touch..."

Quote: "Questions remain over how the fish ended up on the Devon beaches and why none of the hungry seagulls will touch them. The seabirds that have plagued Britain's holidaygoers this summer seemed to be refusing to take advantage of the free meal in front of them."

2015-09-02 - Thousands of salmon dying in Lake Koocanusa (Canada):

2015-09-02 - Deepwater basking shark washes ashore and dies at beach in Lubec (Maine):

2015-09-02 - Porpoise found dead in the Napa River (California):

2015-09-03 - Many sea birds washing ashore dead or dying at beaches in the Bay Area (California):

2015-09-03 - Hundreds of fish found dead at lake in Watterson Lake Park in Louisville (Kentucky):

2015-09-03 - Thousands of fish wash ashore dead or dying at beaches in coastal Buddina (Australia), then disappear:

2015-09-03 - Hundreds of fish wash ashore dead at Venice Beach in Gandia (Spain):ècia_/idnoticia/41138/default.aspx

2015-09-05 - Fish dying in river in Torreilles (France):,2079433.php

2015-09-06 - Many thousands of fish dying in canals in coastal Baytown (Texas):

2015-09-06 - Thousands of fish wash ashore dead along the coast of Rades (Tunisia):

2015-09-06 - Tens of thousands of fish die in reservoir in Soria (Spain):

2015-09-06 - Great white shark strands and dies at White Crest Beach in Wellfleet (Massachusetts):

2015-09-07 - Many tons of fish die at fish farms along the Cha Va River in Vung Tau (Vietnam):

Quote: "Earlier, starting from dawn 6/9, pomfret, cobia in cages hundreds of 16 households on Cha Va River (Long Son commune) surfaced and died dozens ton estimate, damages 10 billion."

2015-09-08 - Fish dying at King Lake in Emporia (Kansas):

2015-09-09 - Fish dying in the Indian River Lagoon near coastal Port St. John (Florida):

2015-09-09 - Fish dying at Lake Buhlow in Pineville (Louisiana):

2015-09-10 - Massive fish kill hits pond near Lincoln (Missouri), nearly every fish dead:

Quote: "Land owner says nearly every fish in his pond is dead..."

Quote: "He contacted the Department of Natural Resources and the Department of Conservation but he says they couldn't tell him what killed the fish."

2015-09-10 - Endangered leatherback turtle washes ashore dead on the island of Lolland (Denmark):

2015-09-10 - 155,000 trout killed by 'mystery goo' in the American River near Rancho Cordova (California):

2015-09-10 - Three deer found dead at 6:35 AM near school in Strongsville (Ohio):

2015-09-11 - Several dogs found with chemical burns, two die, in Antelope Valley (California):

Note: They don't know how these dogs are being chemically burned but suspect someone is doing it. Maybe that's the case and maybe it isn't. As hydrogen sulfide reacts with other chemicals in the atmosphere, sometimes sulfuric acid and other caustic chemicals will be formed, which can cause chemical burns if they come down in the rain. There was an incident in the Pacific Northwest in 2011 where some people went jogging and it rained on them and they got chemical burns. What caused that? Obviously something that came down in the rain. The same thing that burned those people may have chemically burned these dogs too. It's worth paying attention to anomalous 'chemical burn' incidents from here on out, particularly if there's no evidence of human involvement, as with these dogs...

2015-09-11 - Fish dying in Gonsolus Creek in Breckenridge (Texas):

2015-09-11 - Huge number of fish die along 2-kilometer stretch of river in Hefei (China), near Chaohu Lake:

2015-09-11 - Massive number of fish die in Mymensingh (Bangladesh):

2015-09-12 - Hundreds of mysterious eel-like creatures washing ashore and dying at Wasaga Beach (Canada):

Quote: "A mystery is unfolding in Wasaga Beach after hundreds of strange looking fish washed up on shore. Hundreds of eel have recently washed ashore near the mouth of the Nottawasaga River. The eels have a pointed nose and spots on the tail."

2015-09-13 - Fish wash ashore dead on coastal San Jose Island (Texas), red tide blamed:

2015-09-14 - Another deepwater oarfish found dead near coastal La Jolla (California):

2015-09-14 - Humpback whale found dead in the water at Coromandel (New Zealand):

2015-09-14 - Thousands of fish found dead in the River Nile in Beheira (Egypt):

2015-09-14 - Many fish washing ashore dead in reservoir in Qingdao (China):

2015-09-15 - Massive number of birds washing up dead or dying on the Pacific Coast, nothing will eat the bodies:

Quote: "'Countless' dead birds reported in Pacific off US coast, nothing will eat the bodies..."

2015-09-15 - Seabirds washing ashore dead on coastal Kodiak Island (Alaska):

2015-09-15 - Fish dying in Cedar Creek in Abilene (Texas):

2015-09-15 - Half of all marine life dead since 1970:

2015-09-16 - Hundreds of dolphins washing ashore dead on Black Sea coasts in Bulgaria:

2015-09-16 - Bottlenose dolphin washes ashore dead on the Gold Coast (Australia), 3rd in September:

2015-09-16 - Thousands of fish found dead in reservoir in Shandong (China):

2015-09-17 - Large number of crows found dead on streets in Spokane (Washington):

2015-09-18 - Humpback whale washes ashore dead at San Carlos Beach (California):

2015-09-18 - Planet's tuna and mackerel populations now in catastrophic decline:

2015-09-19 - Thousands of fish found dead in canal in Tamaulipas (Mexico):

2015-09-19 - Around 25 dead walruses found on beach in northwest Alaska:

2015-09-20 - Hundreds of fish found dead in pond in Neuville-sur-Ailette (France):

2015-09-21 - Dog found with chemical burns in Fulton (Georgia):

Quote: "Hirsch said she was told that several other dogs with similar burns have come into the shelter over the past year."

2015-09-21 - Dozens of sea birds wash up dead on beach in Tamaulipas (Mexico):

2015-09-21 - Thousands of sea cucumbers wash up dead on Phu Quoc Island (Vietnam):

2015-09-21 - Fish dying in stream near Lithgow (Australia):

2015-09-22 - Minke whale washes ashore dead at Cape Wolfe (Canada), third in the area in a month:

2015-09-22 - Large numbers of fish dying in coastal Dagupan (Philippine Islands):

2015-09-22 - Nature starts getting quiet:

Quote: "The wonderfully diverse sounds of nature are no longer changing and evolving as usual. They are actually diminishing. Thinning out. And in many cases, vanishing completely."

2015-09-22 - Red tide killing fish near South Padre Island (Texas):

2015-09-23 - Rare beaked whale strands and dies off coastal Provincetown Harbor (Massachusetts):

2015-09-23 - Young gray whale washes ashore dead near Fremont (California):

2015-09-23 - Tons of fish found dead in Ha Tinh Province (Vietnam):

2015-09-24 - Chickens dying on the island of Kaui (Hawaii):

Quote: "A dead chicken choked [sic] up to road kill is one thing, but to see about a dozen dead and dying chickens near the Vidinha Stadium was unsettling. People are starting to wonder-- what's going on?"

2015-09-24 - Seven cats die foaming at the mouth in coastal Penarth (Britain):

Quote: "Ellen Warner has lost two of beloved her pets and said from what she saw, it could not be anything else but poison because they were foaming at the mouth."

2015-09-25 - Thousands of bees found dead or dying along road in coastal Carpinteria (California):

2015-09-25 - Sea birds continue washing ashore dead in California, rising ocean temperatures cited:

Note: So whales, sea lions, deepwater oarfish, birds, and bees - at least - are dying along the coast in California. Plus people of course. And the water just turned pink at a bird refuge in coastal Santa Barbara, caused by bacteria that eat hydrogen sulfide and which only exist in water where hydrogen sulfide is present, mentioned in the 2015-09-22 update. And there've been numerous 'odor advisories' because of hydrogen sulfide in the Coachella Valley, last mentioned in the 2015-09-21 update. Things are not looking too good for California...

2015-09-25 - Many thousands of fish dying in Gandhisagar Lake (India):

Quote: "One of the beauty spots in the Second capital City of Nagpur, Gandhisagar Lake, turned out a spot of curiosity and horror as well for the citizens. The scenario depicted a horror movie. The nearby residents and passersby witnessed thousands of fish of different species and different sizes dead and floating on surface and accumulated on the shores of Gandhisagar Lake. The mysterious death of tons of fish has caused concerns for environmentalists."

2015-09-25 - Hundreds of fish suddenly die in the Beaver River near Kenmore, Ontario (Canada):

2015-09-26 - Large number of fish wash ashore dead at beach in coastal Nueva Esparta (Venezuela):ón-de-arribo-de-peces-muertos-en-playa-Moreno

2015-09-26 - Massive number of fish die at dam and river in Sinaloa (Mexico):

2015-09-27 - Large numbers of fish dying in the La Pasion River (Guatemala):

Quote: "Thousands of dead fish have mysteriously washed up along the banks of a major river in Guatemala.  The series of incidents has disrupted the lives of those who depend on the river for their livelihood and there is fear of environmental damage to the forest. In fact the United Nations has called the massive fish kill at the La Pasion River an ecological disaster."

2015-09-27 - Twelve-foot great white shark found dead at Pleasant Road Beach in Harwich (Massachusetts):

Quote: "A 12-foot great white shark was found dead on Pleasant Road Beach overnight, and state shark researcher Greg Skomal said there are no obvious signs pointing to its cause of death."

2015-09-28 - Hundreds of wildebeest found dead in the Mara River in northern Serengeti (Tanzania):

2015-09-28 - Dog found with chemical burns at home in Enid (Oklahoma):

2015-09-28 - Large number of fish found dead along 20-mile stretch of Stoney Creek near Spencer (Iowa):

2015-09-28 - Large number of fish found dead in Lake Mogan in Ankara (Turkey):

Quote: "Ankara's fish deaths occurring each year in Lake Mogan, in the county has continued this year. Pollution and methane gas explosion occurred as a result hundreds of dead fish in the lake hit the shore."

2015-09-28 - Thousands of fish wash ashore dead at lake in Edirne (Turkey):

2015-09-28 - Hundreds of walruses found dead at beach in Point Lay (Alaska):

Quote: "In Alaska, it has attracted attention that in the past week have found hundreds of dead walruses on a beach area in the northwestern part of Alaska."

2015-09-28 - Massive number of fish die along the coast of Kulon Progo (Indonesia):

Quote: "Kasi Monitoring and Control KLH Kulonprogro, Rin Dwari Widiastuti, said the case is still under investigation. So far, it has not been able to ascertain the cause of death of thousands of fish were dead."

2015-09-28 - Hundreds of crabs and fish found dead in the River Loudias (Greece):

Quote: "Dead fish were of varying size, belonged to many different kinds, but especially in species that live in freshwater. In fact, it detected a large number of dead fish with high resistance to environmental conditions like sheatfish and crabs."

2015-09-28 - Hundreds of fish found dead in river in Guapiacu (Brazil):

Note: It's not just people dropping dead all over the place, but animals too, of all kinds, and creatures near or in bodies of water are dying off hardest and first, as expected...

2015-09-29 - Hundreds of fish found dead in Three Mile Water (Ireland):

2015-09-30 - Numerous endangered fur seals washing ashore dead on the coast in California:

Quote: "Eighty fur seals have been found stranded or dead on California's coast so far this year, eight times more than normal, scientists said."

2015-09-30 - Sperm whale washes ashore dead at Oreti Beach (New Zealand):

2015-09-30 - Thousands of fish found dead in reservoir in Lugo (Spain):

2015-09-30 - Thousands of fish wash ashore dead along Red Sea coast in Saudi Arabia:

Quote: "It was fish tsunami as thousands of dead fish washed ashore on the Red Sea coast in Saudi Arabia. They were dead despite still being in water. A video of the incident was published by the Saudi Daily 'Okaz'."

2015-09-30 - Salmon population plummeting in Lake Michigan:

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