“Countless” dead birds reported in Pacific off US coast, along the Oregon & Southwest Washington Coast

Resident had observed countless dead seagulls and other sea birds that were found dead. The amount she had seen was countless, she also said that some of the birds were acting weird, sick and weak, too weak to fly and too weak to run. The death of these birds could affect the other sea animals, and then there would be a huge die off of all the other sea animals.

A resident declares: “We want to know if it’s from Fukushima”…..It seems a lot of people don’t want to know the answer….

More info on



Fukushima, Evolution of a long term crisis affecting animals, humans


Dr Helen Caldicott – Fukushima Nuclear Disaster- You won’t hear this on the Main Stream News.

It is a talk by Australian physician and anti-nuclear campaigner Dr. Helen Caldicott and gives the clearest account I have heard so far both of what is happening at Fukushima and the consequences for humanity.

One Response to ““Countless” dead birds reported in Pacific off US coast, along the Oregon & Southwest Washington Coast”

  1. theboldcorsicanflame Says:

    Agree, probably why people would rather “not know” as it is really scary for us and for the generations already here and the ones to be born..The Fukushima event is ongoing since March 11th, 2011….4 years and a half of radiation and contamination. With the powerful typhoons lately, they spread the contamination worldwide. So sad you are right

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