Experts: Mass death of birds not uncommon
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Experts: Mass death of birds not uncommon

Just a few days after 3,000 blackbirds fell from the sky in Arkansas, about 500 birds dropped to their death in Louisiana. But biologists say these types of die-offs happen all the time. (The Associated Press)

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