I just used that site today to report a dead Canada goose I found on the beach at Discovery Park. The bird had no visible signs of trauma, so I assumed avian flu.
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> On Jul 28, 2022, at 2:07 PM, Martha Jordan <mj.cygnus...> wrote:
> The sad fact is that avian influenza is here and seems to be just about everywhere.
> Wildlife rehabilitators are reporting this in the birds they are taking in from people -- song birds, waterfowl, waterbirds, raptors, owls,.... Testing is being done.
> David Armstrong is correct: DO NOT TOUCH or attempt to retrieve dead birds you find. If in your yard, put on gloves, scoop into a baggie and put it in the garbage. Do not bury it as if another animal digs it up, that can spread if the bird died of AI. Do not put them in your freezer or take them to a museum unless you are sure how they died. Again, this is a highly transmissible disease.
> That said, here is where WDFW recommends you can report dead birds you find:
> Report online using this link: https://survey123.arcgis.com/share/a384e90f69744f2e846135a9ce80027f.
> Alternatively, people can email <teammillcreek...> or call 360-902-2936
> Thank you for reporting.
> Martha Jordan
> Everett, WA
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