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I drove 100 miles through farming country this afternoon and when I got back home I counted ONE flying insect splatter on my windshield. Where have the flying insects gone? Twenty years ago I would have had hundreds of flying insect splatters but now days there are few to none. Are they dying because of herbicides? Insecticides? Fungal infections? Diseases? Climate change? I have also noticed a huge decline in the bird populations that ate those insects. In nature when one domino falls it starts a chain reaction of domino's falling.
 

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I drove 100 miles through farming country this afternoon and when I got back home I counted ONE flying insect splatter on my windshield. Where have the flying insects gone? Twenty years ago I would have had hundreds of flying insect splatters but now days there are few to none. Are they dying because of herbicides? Insecticides? Fungal infections? Diseases? Climate change? I have also noticed a huge decline in the bird populations that ate those insects. In nature when one domino falls it starts a chain reaction of domino's falling.
Come to Kentucky. I think they all moved here.
 
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