ERIE, Pa. — Officials at Presque Isle State Park say dead gulls and loons are proof that avian botulism continues to be a problem for Great Lakes shore birds.
The staff found nearly 60 dead birds at the park since Friday, including nine dead loons yesterday.
Avian botulism paralyzes the birds’ muscles, killing them.
Just a note. That hot chick kneeling on Fifth Avenue, holding a pigeon down by the face and injecting it with botulism from Lake Erie?
Totally not me.