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Biologists in New Mexico have sounded the alarm after hundreds of track birds have been discovered useless in latest days.

New Mexico State College Professor Martha Desmond informed native media that the explanation for the mass die off is a thriller however may very well be tied to smoke from wildfires, or the latest chilly climate.

The variety of birds which have died might now be within the “hundreds of thousands”, she mentioned.

Scientists have reported North American fowl populations have declined massively lately.

State biologists have requested individuals to report sightings of useless birds for additional analysis to be performed.

Some birds – together with migratory warblers, swallows and bluebirds – have been seen performing unusually earlier than their deaths, in line with witnesses.

“It is devastating. I do not assume I’ve ever seen something this horrible in my life,” Prof Desmond, who works for the college’s division of fish, wildlife, and conservation ecology, informed KRQE-TV.

“Once you’re there, you already know, choosing them up off the bottom and seeing the extent of it after which taking a look at all these carcasses are available in,” she continued.