[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
not wireless.

Chris Kessler

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.


> http://www.rentonreporter.com/news/192319761.html


> 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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