Atlantic City NJ-- A flock of seagulls deliberately flew into a local wind-farm, killing themselves and crippling several wind turbines. Estimated damage is $1.5 million dollars. Dozens of decapitated seagulls fell to the ground around the farm, their heads still stuck in the turbines.
Ornithologists noted the 101 seagulls flew in a 'V' formation into the wind turbines at exactly high noon. The ornithologists noted this was highly unusual for the species. Turbine engineers were shocked to find the bird heads stuck where they could cause the most damage. The birds seemed to know what they were doing.
Wind turbines have been killing about 200 birds a day since they were installed last year. Nature lovers have been horrified by the monstrous wind turbines. The turbine's blades were white when first installed. Now, the blades are a bloody red from all the avian carnage they've been causing.
Kindly ornithologists gave the seagulls a hero's burial for their valiant sacrifice. The wind turbines should be out of commission for months while repairs are made, saving thousands of bird lives.