[Tweeters] Questions: birds & radio waves; crow roost
J Christian Kessler
1northraven at gmail.com
Thu Sep 11 19:22:56 PDT 2014
maybe its his home wifi, also bombarbing the environment with
radio-frequency radiation. he should give up his cell phones, hardwire his
computers to the internet, and also make sure all his landline phones are
On Wed, Sep 10, 2014 at 2:53 PM, Helen Gilbert <helen.gilbert at juno.com>
> Hi --
> Has anyone heard of bad impacts on birds from "smart meters", which
> use radio waves to communicate usage? City Light is looking into using
> them. A Renton birder was reported to have seen a dramatic decrease in
> birds at his feeder after the city brought in smart water meters.
> Second question: any idea if the crows have started roosting in large
> numbers yet? And is there a new roost somewhere? I used to see all crows
> north of the Ship Canel heading north to the UW Bothell roost. But now I
> see many going south.
> Helen Gilbert
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