LOCALS! Let's Save Native Songbirds

Posted on 01/15/2021

Dead birds can be disposed of in the regular garbage or buried. Disposable gloves should be worn and hands should be thoroughly washed after disposing of dead birds, and handling of bird feeders and bird baths. More information is available at the following two links:

https://wildlife.ca.gov/Conservation/Laboratories/Wildlife-Investigations/Avian-Investigations?fbclid=IwAR3j962lXXXn7o9hZqDuE1RwtVEGV10Rc7WPSgD2aGE8-l4DqwYWVFvhwi0#536232078-salmonellosis

https://wildlife.ca.gov/Conservation/Laboratories/Wildlife-Investigations/Avian-Investigations?fbclid=IwAR1r9tg3KeQl_Y6GgyCg16_9yi50PVWgfzAiLn5HazDxth4SDqLYOVaOZbg#53622645-feeding-birds

(Thank you to Matthew Mangs for sharing this information with the community.)

Dana Stangel

Teranga R

 

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