:hmm: okay so you want to say harsh winter where this is happening in Australia, South America, and South Florida where the weather doesnt plunge below 50 degrees often so just ask yourself do the cold weather has a part in this? Another thing Im from Louisiana and the weather here been on n off cold it really hasn't been that cold if you ask me. Arkansas wasn't even cold that night when all the birds were falling. So im thinking you want to use weather as a fallback. I can say disease but they haven't found anything wrong with the animals the were k!lled. Let be real about this situation. I want to believe its the weather condition but I need more proof..
It seems like you, and others, are trying to look at this as one event when it's not. It's a number of separate animals deaths. Maybe the number in a couple of the events in unusually high, but not most of them, and none of it seems completely unprecedented. So, there's no one explanation to find because there's no connection between them all, other than it being a hot topic on the Internet. Weather can explain some of them, and is the only connection between any number of them you'll find (and it definitely doesn't connect them all), but in the post you quoted, I just got done saying that there are a number of reasons for animals deaths. Only some of these can be attributed to the weather, others have been disease, and others might remain unknown.