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Bird Flu Found in Pennsylvania

Bird Flu has been found in Pennsylvania in wild ducks. Don’t be alarmed. This is not the deadly for of the bird flu virus knows by scientists as H5N1.

These mallards were tested August 28 in Crawford County, PA. The ducks seemed fine which was a quick tip-off that this was not the deadly bird flu virus found in Asia that has killed at least 141 people.

Bird Flu seems to be spreading but has slown due to summer. There is a chance that it picks up speed and hits North America this winter.

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    One Response to “Bird Flu Found in Pennsylvania”

    1. L Says:

      i found a dead bird in my yard. we have children and a dog and we have no clue what happened to the bird. we are afraid to go near it. what should we do???

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