Bald Eagles Keep Dying Because of Lead Poisoning And No One’s Talking About It

Bald Eagles Keep Dying Because of Lead Poisoning And No One’s Talking About It

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The national bird of the United States is the bald eagle, because it represents freedom and independence. Rather ironically, bald eagles are disappearing everywhere and nobody is even saying anything about it.

Also see Lead and Chemtrails the Missing Link

Last year, a KSLA news investigation found that a substance that fell to earth from a high altitude chemtrail contained high levels of Barium (6.8 ppm) and Lead (8.2 ppm)

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Bald eagles are close to facing extinction because their food sources are being poisoned by US manufacturers. Dangerous chemicals are released into bald eagle habitats and causes them to get sick and slowly die off. In the 1950’s they started using pesticides such as DDT.This is infecting their natural habitats, and it isn’t just the eagles that are affected. Fish are also taking a heavy hit from this toxic chemical. Thankfully, DDT is now illegal in the United States. However, eagles are still declining.

Lynn Tompkins, executive director of Blue Mountain Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center has been studying the decline of these majestic birds for over 30 years. One eagle was brought into their rehabilitation center that could barely even hold his head up. He was lethally poisoned with chemicals, but the rescuers cleansed them from his blood.

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“His head was upside down when we got him,” Tompkins told The Dodo. “Lead affects the nerves, so that’s your brain, your use of muscles, all parts of the body. The birds often cannot stand … They usually have difficulty breathing. They cannot even open their beaks.However, this bird was poisoned with lead.

Led poisoning is prevalent among bald eagles. Tompkins says that she tested 160 birds for traces of lead. “We’re finding it in more and more species,” she said. “We started off with eagles but now we’re also testing hawks, owls and other birds.” Tompkins found that 80 percent of eagles, 30 percent of hawks and 25 percent of great horned owls had lead in their blood.

 

3 thoughts on “Bald Eagles Keep Dying Because of Lead Poisoning And No One’s Talking About It

  1. Obama hated the eagle as it was our national bird. He order them to be killed. There was a photo of a line of dead eagles that were hunted and shot down. This photo is probably still in the net with the article, add that to Geoengineering.

  2. First they kilt the true Americans and now they kill you and me and the royal bird…..Farakhan was right…….”the white man is the devil”

  3. Thanks for this post, the timing is perfect for me. A couple days ago I posted a photo on our blog of a disoriented hawk I found on the ground and tried to save by bringing him in next to the fire. I thought maybe he was just cold; I don’t know anything about wildlife except that I love it. I do know quite a bit about chemtrails though, and we’ve had heavy spraying around here for many days before I found the poor thing. It makes perfect sense to me now that he was poisoned.

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