British researchers are blaming the deaths of more than a dozen blackbirds on alcohol. The 14 birds were found dead last summer at a school in England and at first authorities thought foul play was involved. On Saturday, scientists concluded that the birds were intoxicated after eating fermented berries. They then collided with other birds in mid-air and died. After dissecting the birds they discovered all the birds had stomachs full of rowan berries accompanied with a strong smell of alcohol. One bird was captured at scene alive. Researchers said that bird exhibited signs of being drunk, such as leaning against its cage to stay on its feet.