Hundreds Of Birds Dead Outside Of NASCAR Hall Of Fame After Flying Into Building's Glass
© Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports
Pretty horrific scene outside the NASCAR Hall of Fame building in North Carolina this week after hundreds of birds were found dead from flying into the structure's glass. Warning this is rather sad/graphic stuff...



Per NBC...
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Of the estimated 310 birds that crashed against the building Tuesday, about a third were dead on arrival and another 10 were euthanized, according to the Carolina Waterfowl Rescue's Facebook page. Another hundred birds required further medical treatment for broken wings, legs or other fractures.

It appeared that the remaining birds were merely stunned, the rescue group reported.


Filed Under: NASCAR
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

Comments

14 Comments
That's a bunch of cars that those birds will never poop on.
Reply7 months
Birds are fricking dumb
Reply7 months
PETA is going to have a field day with this one!
Reply7 months
Time for some Gumbo!!!!
Reply7 months
Christine would get it. By “it” I mean a supersized Double beef Big Mac combo and a McFlurrie.
Reply7 months
Refusal to wear your HANS device=results
Reply7 months
Now you make a roux
Reply7 months
LMFAO at the bleeding heart pussiee calling for nascar to change their buildings and turn their lights off
Reply7 months
Appropriate imagery for a dying sport that pretty much told their core fans to frick off. The sport can go the same route those birds did. Few would care
Reply7 months
Promo for a windex commercial!!
Reply7 months
Those birdies are just dying to get in to the redneck hall of fame. I mean, who wouldn't be?
Reply7 months
NASCAR and neck injuries. When will they learn
Reply7 months
TT9
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Pedro Cerrono gonna be pissed.
Reply7 months
Can they not put some kind of reflective surface on these building that don't affect the look, but allow the birds to see it?
Reply7 months
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