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40% of people feel “Swallow decreased” all around in Japan

According to Japan wild bird association, 39% of the citizens all around in Japan think swallows decreased in these 10 years. The association conducted the survey on their website etc,

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NHK admitted birds are dying in Fukushima

  Following up this article..Silent Spring comes to Fukushima NHK reported in Iidatemura, where the radiation level is the highest, bird’s population is only 70% and the sorts of birds

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Silent Spring comes to Fukushima

Following up this article..32 swallows found dead at the water purification plant in Nagano Japan Wild Bird Association tweeted like these below,   先月、放射性物質のツバメへの影響を調べるため飯舘村に行きました。空間線量は平均して4~5µSv/h、地上は高いところで8µSv/hありました。水田は放棄地となり、全村民が避難していてツバメは数個体しか確認できませんでした。 環境 (続く) tl.gd/i0sm0a — 日本野鳥の会ツバメさん (@wbsj_tsubame)

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White feathered sparrow in Chiba

Following up this article..Silence coming to Fukushima The sparrow with white feathered head and tail was found in Chiba. It’s living in the entrance of Narita seiryo high school Narita

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“I’ve never seen birds in that poor of a condition come back to New Zealand.”

Related to this article..How contaminated a bird is in Fukushima <Quote>     Muttonbirds affected by Fukushima – researcher By Paul Harper   10:55 AM Monday Apr 30, 2012 Some muttonbirds

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How contaminated a bird is in Fukushima

    Prof. Mori of Tokyo university took a picture of a bush warbler in Fukushima by autoradiography. It took one month to capture the radiation from cesium 137. The

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Silence coming to Fukushima

<Quote> Link By Miguel Llanos, msnbc.com Scientists are focusing on Japan’s Fukushima area after a study published this week found an alarming development at another nuclear disaster site — Chernobyl.

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“the effect on abundance is worse in the Japanese disaster zone.”

Quote from The independent. Source   Bird numbers plummet around stricken Fukushima plant Researchers working around Japan’s disabled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant say bird populations there have begun to dwindle,