Bad Kitty: German town grounds cats to save rare birds

BERLIN — What a cat-astrophe! Authorities in the southwest German town of Walldorf have ordered some cat owners to keep their pets indoors until the end of August, to protect a rare bird during its breeding season. The decree is designed to help save the crested lark, which makes its nest on the ground and … Read more

More bird flu cases confirmed in Washington state – KOMO News

More bird flu cases confirmed in Washington stateKOMO News Woodland Park Zoo moving some birds inside due to bird flu concerns | FOX 13 SeattleFOX 13 Seattle Avian Influenza confirmed in more birds in and around Great FallsKRTV NEWS Great Falls Dead owl in Cache Valley tests positive for bird fluCache Valley Daily ‘It is … Read more

Washington state confirms two more bird flu outbreaks, six in one week – KOMO News

Washington state confirms two more bird flu outbreaks, six in one weekKOMO News National avian flu outbreak detected in Utah wild birds for 1st timeKSL.com Utah DWR reports first case of bird flu in wild birdsFOX 13 News Utah Third Washington state bird flu case confirmed in less than a weekKOMO News Cases of bird … Read more

Third Washington state bird flu case confirmed in less than a week – KOMO News

Third Washington state bird flu case confirmed in less than a weekKOMO News Contagious bird flu strain confirmed in Pierce County as cases rise in western WashingtonKING5.com Cases of bird flu confirmed in Pierce and Whatcom Counties | FOX 13 SeattleFOX 13 Seattle Two backyard flocks in Pierce County test positive for highly contagious bird … Read more

Why You Need to Put Away Your Bird Feeders and Baths Right Now

photo: Wide Chiangmai (Shutterstock) The idyllic start to any spring morning is waking up to the sun shining and the birds chirping. Unfortunately, this year you may have to compromise a bit on the latter. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that over 30 million cases of the bird flu have been detected … Read more

The DNR requests Michiganders to remove bird feeders – WWMT-TV

The DNR requests Michiganders to remove bird feedersWWMT-TV Millions of chickens and turkeys put down as avian flu spreadsCNBCTelevision Illinois recommends residents halt use of bird feeders, bathsWGN TV Chicago NJ homeowners need to get rid of bird feeders immediately (Opinion)New Jersey 101.5 FM Bird flu Illinois: IL DNR asks residents to take down bird … Read more

Avian flu suspected to be cause of geese deaths in Coaldale – Lethbridge

An unusually high number of dead Canadian geese in and around Coaldale, Alta., is causing concern for the Birds of Prey Foundation. Manager Colin Weir said they are being cautious because he believes the deaths could be from avian influenza. “It’s a respiratory ailment,” he said. “It’s spread that way and it can also apparently … Read more

Bald Eagles Are The Latest Victims Of Deadly Bird Flu Spreading Across US

A highly contagious and deadly strain of avian flu spreading among farms and wild birds in the United States has been claiming the lives of bald eagles. Three bald eagles found dead in Georgia tested positive for the new influenza strain, H5N1, the state’s department of natural resources announced this week. The statement also noted … Read more

Bald Eagles Are The Latest Victims Of Deadly Bird Flu Spreading Across US

A highly contagious and deadly strain of avian flu spreading among farms and wild birds in the United States has been claiming the lives of bald eagles. Three bald eagles found dead in Georgia tested positive for the new influenza strain, H5N1, the state’s department of natural resources announced this week. The statement also noted … Read more

Bald Eagles Are The Latest Victims Of Deadly Bird Flu Spreading Across US

A highly contagious and deadly strain of avian flu spreading among farms and wild birds in the United States has been claiming the lives of bald eagles. Three bald eagles found dead in Georgia tested positive for the new influenza strain, H5N1, the state’s department of natural resources announced this week. The statement also noted … Read more