2007 article entitled Dead birds rain down on towns half a world apart from the DailyMail.co.uk:
Officials are baffled by the unexplained deaths which have affected Australia and the U.S.
Three weeks ago thousands of crows, pigeons, wattles and honeyeaters fell out of the sky in Esperance, Western Australia.
Then last week dozens of grackles, sparrows and pigeons dropped dead on two streets in Austin, Texas.
As birds continue to die in Esperance and the town's dawn chorus remains eerily silent, vets in both countries have been unable to establish a cause of death - despite carrying out a large number of autopsies on the birds. Continue reading...
Fast forward to 2011, and it's happening again, but this time, it's not just birds. Here is a rundown of what's happened worldwide so far:
3,000 dead red-winged blackbirds fall out of sky in Arkansas
Dead fish cover 20-miles of Arkansas River
Hundreds of birds dead in western Kentucky
450 birds found dead in Louisiana
1000's of dead birds on bridge in Texas
1000's of dead fish in creek in Florida
50 dead jackdaws (birds) found on city street in Sweden
100 tons of sardines, croaker and catfish wash up dead on Brazilian coast
'Carpet' of dead snapper on NZ beaches
Over 2 Million dead fish wash ashore in Maryland
40,000 dead 'devil' crabs wash ashore in Britain
Keep checking back here as we'll update this post when/if anything else happens.