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How to Handle Dead Birds

With all of the news about Bird Flu and West Nile Virus, it's easy to become concerned when you see a dead bird.

Could it be infected or not? How should it be disposed of safely? Should it be reported?

The Georgia Department of Human Resources, Georgia Department of Agriculture, and
Department of Natural Resources have put together an informative document answering all of these questions.

Handling Dead Birds and Waterfowl



 



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