Really, really missing our birds. I have been tracking wildlife, birds in our urban wildlife habitat for ten years now. This year, no Juncos, Titmouse left several moons ago, and never returned, same with Chickadees, Red Breast woodpeckers. Hardly any Cardinals either.
I realize weather changes, continued drought mainly, could be to blame, as well as the decimation of thousands of trees by invasive, alien insects, man, but there could be another issue here, electrosmog.
' Under the term 'radio communication' we combine all wireless communication technology increasingly flooding our residential zones, and the environment with electromagnetic fields.'
There are reports out obviously showing that many of the damaging effects of such fields have already been proven, and are warning of the possibility of looming environmental disasters following the increasing density of electromagnetic fields.
The public is little aware of these risks because they are hardly addressed in the 'enlightenment' provided by industry, and are always given reassurances that they are always well protected by the limits, and the compliance assuring measurements, that UMTS radiation is as harmless as GSM radiation.
I am electro sensitive, feel drained, hear buzzing, ringing, my hearing aid goes bonkers, anywhere in a dense radio frequency radiated situation, such as a conference hall, office buildings, libraries, anywhere near wifi density.....ugh.
If it affects humans this way, what about wildlife?
And, by the way, my power went off briefly at home....heard banging on the wall, jumped up to look outside, lo, and behold, some utility guy was installing new electric meter. So I asked this contractor if he was installing a 'smart meter' he just looked down evasively, shook his head, said no, would not look at me. I looked at the meter, it is a Centron Icon with an FCC code number which tells me right there, of course it is a type of smart meter emitting radio frequency, conjoining, fielding, with all the other radio freqencies bouncing off my neighbors brand new smart meters. Time to get some shielding!