Six cases of Avian flu in wild birds reported in Northern Ireland

Six cases of Avian flu in wild birds reported in Northern Ireland

As reported by the BBC, the birds were found at Belfast Waterworks, the Harbour Estate in Belfast and at Monlough Lake close to Carryduff. This has been confirmed by the Department for the Environment ...
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