Wild birds test positive for Avian flu in Oregon | Top Stories

Wild birds test positive for Avian flu in Oregon |  Top Stories

Eagle Point – The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife has detected Avian flu in wild birds in the Southern Willamette Valley. Causing a concern for wild songbirds you see in your backyard. As birds migrate so do this disease, any contact with infected birds can be transmitted through their eyes, nose, and mouth. Birds … Read more

Avian flu detected in wild birds in the southern Willamette Valley, more domestic poultry test positive Risk to human health is low; do not feed waterfowl and protect your poultry

Avian flu detected in wild birds in the southern Willamette Valley, more domestic poultry test positive Risk to human health is low;  do not feed waterfowl and protect your poultry

May 18, 2022 SALEM, Ore.—Several Canada goose goslings collected from Alton Baker Park in Eugene have tested positive for highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI), and a larger outbreak is suspected as more sick and dead waterfowl have been observed at the park. A red-tailed hawk from Eugene and an osprey collected from Dorena Reservoir (east … Read more