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Your chickens, pet birds and other flocks could be at risk of catching bird flu when they have access to the outdoors. Infected wild birds, such as ducks and geese, can spread the disease by direct contact with your birds or by contaminating your birds' environment. This includes ponds and other bodies of water. There is currently no treatment for infected birds.

Infected birds may show one or many of these signs:

  • lack of energy, movement or appetite

  • decreased egg production

  • swelling around the head, neck and eyes

  • coughing, gasping for air or sneezing

  • nervous signs, tremors or lack of coordination

  • diarrhea

  • sudden death

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