*On December 30th, the first of the dead fish surfaced in Rio De Janeiro Brazil. Sardines, croakers, and catfish started to wash ashore dead. The total for the dead fish coming ashore was 100 tons over the next few days.
*On December 31st, the first of the dead bird phenomenons were reported in Beebe Arkansas. Thousands of redwing blackbirds fell to their death from mid air flight.
*On January 1st, Kentucky had hundreds of dead birds found near the Murray State University.
*On January 3rd, 100,000 dead drum fish found along a 20 mile stretch of the Arkansas river.
*On January 4th, 500 dead redwing blackbirds were found scattered along a quarter of a mile span of highway in Point Coupee Parish, Louisiana.
*On January 4th, hundreds of fish washed up on the shore of the St. Clair River in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.
*On January 4th, in Orange Florida thousands of dead fish line the banks of Spruce Creek.
*On January 5th, Chesapeake Bay in Maryland saw 2 million fish wash onto the shore.
*On January 5th, 200 Dead birds are found in Tyler, Texas on a bridge on highway 155 over the Lake O’Pines.
*On January 5th , in Wilson Tennessee, 150 dead grackles found on the side of the road near Lebanon. (The birds had been there for several days)
*On January 5th, in Falkoeping, West Sweden, 50-100 crows were found dead along a street.
*On January 5th, in Kent, England, 40,000 velvet swimming crabs wash ashore dead.
*On January 5th in New Zealand, hundreds of snapper fish, many missing their eyes wash ashore on the Coromandel Peninsula.
* On January 5th were reported hundreds -- possibly thousands -- of dead and dying birds in Italy. Countless turtle doves were found scattered in the streets, in flower beds and hanging tragically from trees "like Christmas balls" in the town of Faenza. Many of the birds that fell dead from the sky were discovered with a mysterious blue stain in their beaks.