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“Something’s Not Right in Southern Oregon”

by Mysterious Times
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“Are we about to experience a severe natural disaster?”

– Resident, Rogue Valley, Oregon on March 19, 2018

Rogue Valley, Oregon, is 11 miles north of Medford. It’s in southwestern Oregon along the middle Rogue River and its tributaries in Josephine and Jackson counties near the California border. The largest communities in Rogue Valley are Medford, Ashland and Grants Pass.

March 21, 2018 UPDATE from viewer:

March 21, 2018

Hello,
We live in Coos Bay, Oregon, on the coast. We usually have LOTS of hummingbirds, 7 – 10,  that will all feed at the same time. We have four feeders outside of our house. There hasn’t been even one hummingbird in the past week. Yesterday we took the feeders down, cleaned them out and made fresh food. Nothing. Not one hummingbird.

So, your article was timely and interesting.
Thank you.

Kindest regards
Coos Bay resident

March 19, 2018 Rogue Valley, Oregon – Earthfiles has been receiving worried emails from viewers and listeners who sense that something is significantly wrong in a number of American communities — ranging from absence of insects and pollinators to missing birds. This morning I received the following email from a man who has lived in southwestern Oregon’s Rogue Valley eleven miles north of Medford for 30 years. What he describes in his email are such striking changes around him that he now wonders if a large seismic event is about to happen and the birds at least know in advance.

To: Linda Moulton Howe
Re: SOMETHING’S NOT RIGHT IN SOUTHERN OREGON
Date: March 19, 2018

“I live on twenty acres on the tip of a mountain that overlooks the entire Rogue Valley. I live among a vast array of wildlife, and I pay particular attention to the avian population.

Normally, the Vultures arrive back in the Rogue Valley around the first week in March, but this year the Vultures started returning the first week in February in small numbers, but it was still significant because I’d never seen that before in the nearly 30 years I’ve lived here.

My hummingbirds are legion and I feed them with up to four large feeders. The Anna Hummingbirds stay all through the winter, while their smaller brethren return from the south arrive about the same time as the Vultures. Not only have the smaller Hummingbirds not returned yet, but all of a sudden, my huge population of Anna Hummingbirds have vanished completely and I haven’t had to fill a single feeder in at least a full week.

But what has really got my attention is the fact the Swallows have not yet returned, and that, more than any other barometer, tells me something is very, very wrong. The Swallows always return the first week of March too, but this is March 18th, and they are nowhere to be seen.

This winter has been relatively mild, with very low precipitation. It has gotten cold, but not as cold as previous years. California got a lot of rain due to El Nino, but again, not enough to disrupt a natural cycle.

Are we about to experience a severe natural disaster? While science has never recognized proof of strange animal behavior prior to a major natural disaster, there has been ample anecdotal input from observers like myself that animals can detect a major natural disaster about to happen.”

Cascadia Subduction Zone

“The Pacific Northwest hasn’t been rocked by a major earthquake from the Cascadia Subduction Zone in about 330 years, yet science has established that the Cascadia Subduction Zone blows on average every 300 years, so we’re overdue. But what makes the CSZ so dangerous is that it can hit 9.0 or more on the Seismograph, which would absolutely decimate the Oregon coastal communities from shaking, fires and tsunamis, but would also isolate most of Oregon, Northern California and parts of Southern Washington due to collapsed highway and other travel infrastructure on a massive scale that will make rescue and recovery efforts very difficult. Many people will die, especially if Portland is hit hard, because the population of Oregon 330 years ago was minuscule compared to what it is today.

My instincts are literally screaming at me. Maybe it’s because I lived only 6 miles from the epicenter of the Loma Prieta earthquake that hit Northern California in 1989. That was a 7.2, and it did a lot of damage to structures and roadways to the point only helicopters could initially get in to help and feed people — and in Santa Cruz County we were only 40 minutes drive from the Silicon Valley! But when the roads to Santa Cruz County were all blocked due to slides and damage, we might as well have been living on Saturn. The cutoff was that complete! Imagine that kind of complete cutoff, but one which affects the entire State of Oregon and not just one relatively small region in California.”

7.2 Magnitude Loma Prieta Earthquake, Northern California, October 17, 1989, 5:04 PM Pacific —Only 15 Seconds Caused Catastrophe

[ Editor’s Note: The history of earthquake investigations in California has been largely focused on the San Andreas Fault System, due to its strong influence in the state as the boundary between the Pacific Plate and the North American Plate. The San Andreas Fault is the most studied on Earth because of the large populations that live near it. Andrew Lawson, a geologist from the University of California, Berkeley, had named the fault after the San Andreas Lake prior to the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. That’s when the San Andreas Fault ruptured for a length of 290 mi (470 km) during the 1906 shock, both to the north of San Francisco and to the south in the Santa Cruz Mountains region.

Then the 1989 Loma Prieta catastrophic earthquake originated on an undiscovered oblique-slip reverse fault that is located adjacent to the San Andreas Fault.]

“Most people don’t have a clue what a 9.0 earthquake can do. The power of an earthquake from 7.0 to 8.0 is ten times that of 7.0, and from 8.0 to 9.0 is another ten times the power of an 8.0. The earthquake I personally experienced was a 7.2 and lasted only about 15 seconds followed by months of very strong aftershocks. The CSZ could rumble for several minutes at 9.0, and I am very worried in view of what the birds are telling me.

[ Editor’s Note: In the 1990s, the U. S. Geological Survey (USGS) swtiched its definition of seismic magnitude from the Richter scale to a “moment magnitude scale.” The USGS earthquake website states: “as an estimate of energy, each whole number step in the magnitude scale corresponds to the release of about 31 times more energy than the amount associated with the preceding whole number value.

For each whole-number increase in magnitude, the seismic energy released increases by about 31 times. That means a magnitude 7 earthquake produces 31 times more energy — or is 31 times stronger — than a magnitude 6.

A magnitude 8 releases 1,000 times more energy than a magnitude 6, but it releases that energy over a larger area and for a longer time. ]

So today I am parking my vehicles away from my house and out of my garage. I am keeping the fuel tanks full with extra gasoline stored safely. And I am making sure my water filters, survival food, firearms and ammunition are stored away from my house -— which is very well built and strong because I designed and built it myself.

But my house at 9.0 magnitude quake? Forget it! A 9.0 lasting a minute or more will collapse just about every structure currently standing in Southern Oregon.

So I am preparing for the worst and hoping I’m just wrong. But something’s just not right in Southern Oregon, and I’m not taking any chances.”

— “I have 2 large bird feeders and 2 hummingbird feeders that I’ve been refilling all winter — until about a week ago! Nothing — no birds! We also have a large population of geese that are always in our park, but nothing for over a week?”
– GG, Worried Resident, Grants Pass Oregon valley

— “Are we about to experience a severe natural disaster?”
– Resident, Rogue Valley, Oregon on March 19, 2018

Rogue Valley, Oregon, is 11 miles north of Medford. It’s in southwestern Oregon along the middle Rogue River and its tributaries in Josephine and Jackson counties near the California border. The largest communities in Rogue Valley are Medford, Ashland and Grants Pass.
Rogue Valley, Oregon, with the Crater Lake National Park 42°54′43″N 122°08′53″W to the east that encompasses the caldera of a destroyed volcano, Mount Mazama, and the surrounding hills and forests. Crater Lake is 1,949 feet (595 m) deep, which is the deepest lake in the United States.
Rogue Valley, Oregon, with the Crater Lake National Park 42°54′43″N 122°08′53″W to the east that encompasses the caldera of a destroyed volcano, Mount Mazama, and the surrounding hills and forests. Crater Lake is 1,949 feet (595 m) deep, which is the deepest lake in the United States.

UPDATE – March 24, 2018 Rogue Valley, Oregon – Since my March 19th Earthfiles report and March 21st Earthfiles YouTube Update about the puzzling and disturbing lack of birds in Rogue Valley, Oregon, near Medford, and possible link to impending earthquake in the Cascadia Subduction Zone there, I have received the following comments from viewers and listeners.

1)


Re: Birds Also Missing in Grants Pass Oregon valley
Date: March 23, 2018

Morning,
I live in the Grants Pass Oregon valley. I have only lived here for a few years, but one of my joys of the valley is feeding my birds! Swallows, hummingbirds, robins throughout the season and especially the winter. I have 2 large bird feeders and 2 hummingbird feeders that I’ve been refilling all winter — until about a week ago! Nothing — no birds! We also have a large population of geese that are always in our park, but nothing for over a week?

We also own a home in the Smith River Oregon area. We have also noticed our large robin population has vacated?
We have lived in that area for over 40 years. The robins are always, always early morning feeders for us. Have not seen ANY in over a week?

We will be even more aware now to see what our large elk population and wildlife are doing….

GG,
Worried

2)


Re: No Hummers and Strange Snow Geese Migration Change in North Natomas, California (Sacramento)
Date: March 24, 2018

North Natomas, California, is between the Sacramento Int’l. Airport and downtown Sacramento in central northern California.

Hello,
I live in North Natomas, California. We are North of Sacramento by a short distance. After reading your Earthfiles.com article about missing birds in Oregon, I have to add something I have noticed here. I have been following the migration of Snow Geese from my backyard for nearly 18 years. As well as the hummingbirds. I live along the Pacific Flyway, so I have a good vantage point.

For the past several years, Snow Geese have been changing in their “fly times.” And this year has been even more perplexing. They would usually start to fly over, heading North in early October. But in October 2017, it was later than usual in the month. After I see them for several weeks, I don’t see them again till the following year. It is awesome to see them flying at night when the moon is bright. I look forward to it and wait eagerly.

This year 2018, the Snow Geese have been flying North and South almost at the same time. They are usually long done by now. I have never seen THIS before. About 10 days ago was the last I’ve seen them going North again. Now, I realize they are of a huge population, but this is very odd. And, as for the hummers, we have only had one! Usually we have several that stay all year round. As well as the migratory ones. Butnothing this year so far. I too am concerned as I feel this is a sign from Nature.

3)


Re: Swallows Missing in Shady Cove outside Medford, Oregon
Date: March 23, 2018

I live in Shady Cove just outside of Medford on the Rogue River. What Linda Moulton Howe has reported about the swallows — we have the same problem here. I watch the bird species very closely all through the seasons of what comes and goes. This year’s been off.

4)


Re: Birds Missing In Oregon, Germany and France
Date: March 23, 2018

I’m reading the German newspaper and they too report a disappearing from birds. They don’t know why, but think it has to do with spraying pesticides and weather change. (France was reported this week to be facing a bird disappearance crisis.)
Let’s hope it’s not so dramatic for Oregon and the world.

5)


Re: Birds Vanished Above Boat in Everett Washington, February 7, 2018
Date: March 23, 2018

Here is a high strangeness “Birds Vanish” posting at the UFOSNW.com Website
about February 7, 2018, “50 to 75 Birds Vanish”

6)

To: Linda Moulton Howe <earthfiles@earthfiles.com>
Re: Something going to happen in Southern Oregon?
Date: March 21, 2018

Hello,
We live in Coos Bay, Oregon, on the coast. We usually have LOTS of hummingbirds, 7 to 10 that will all feed at the same time. We have four feeders outside of our house. There hasn’t been even one hummingbird in the past week. Yesterday we took the feeders down, cleaned them out and made fresh food. Nothing. Not one hummingbird yet.

So, your article was timely and interesting.
Thank you, Linda, for Earthfiles.

Kindest regards
Coos Bay resident

7)

To: Linda Moulton Howe <earthfiles@earthfiles.com>
Re: What’s happened to the birds, where are they?
Date: March 21, 2018

Dear Linda,

I just finished listening to your YouTube updates, and the story concerning the Oregon community member that is reporting not seeing hummingbirds at this time. I do believe that animal behavior can indicate changes to come or within an environment or region. Animals have attributes that are much more sensitive than human faculties to detect many things.

I couldn’t help but think of the amount of toxic air pollutants that might alter bird behavior or even cause mortality events.

I don’t know what your views are concerning weather modification, toxic cloud-seeding or geoengineering,
But I bet you know a great deal. It could just be the causal factor, along with weather pattern changes to disrupt the hummingbirds. Where is all the Aluminum contamination coming from?

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turk May 13, 2018 - 8:33 pm

Hey Oregoners, Those darn humming birds are over here in the great state of California where we are used to earthquakes. I guess those critters picked up and just left your state to come to the state of milk and honey. They got tired of all those trumpsters living there and hate they spew in the Rogue Valley and down the coast from Coos Bay. I lived in Oregon 1.5 years and know you very, very well. The numbers don’t lie. In spite of the economic woes of Southern Oregon, Trumpsters gather in droves and preach the gospel of Trumpism. They believe Trump is the answer to their economic recovery. But, you know it, and I know it, there will be no economic recovery. Trump does not care about you.

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