NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND under the radar
Just because you don't hear as much about bird flu as you did three or four years ago, doesn't mean resources are not being targeted. The work continues.
Avian Influenza Surveillance Continues
State... Posted on 8/31/10 at 12:32 PM
NEW YORK (AP) — Four months ago the U.S. government sought to block publication of two studies about how scientists created an easily spread form of bird flu. Now a revised version of one paper is seeing the light of day with the government's blessing.
Malcolm Ritter, AP Science Writer
, May 03, 2012
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department plans to continue testing wild birds for highly pathogenic strains of avian influenza, better known as bird flu.
Waterfowl biologist Mike Szymanski said 200 samples from live birds will be taken in conjunction with duck-banding efforts in August and September, and 400 samples from hunter-harvested ducks will be collected in September and October.
August 24, 2009
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