Friday, May 27, 2005

Over 1,000 birds dead in China

The sad thing is that the biggest reason this story made the headlines is because of human fears that we might be exposed to bird flu, not because of concern for the birds themselves.
"More than 1,000 migratory birds have died of avian flu in western China, but no human cases of the disease have been found, the country's chief veterinary official said Friday.
The dead birds were found in Qinghai province and included bar-headed geese and great black-headed gulls, Jia Youling, director of the Ministry of Agriculture's Veterinary Bureau, said at a press conference. On Thursday, the ministry said 519 dead bar-headed geese and other birds had been found in a nature reserve. Jia did not say where the other birds were found."


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