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feathered friend

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any of various derisive sounds of disapproval

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However, when transmitted to domesticated birds, these birds die quickly.
We shall consider the etymological roots of such lexical items denoting female birds as hen, duck and goose scrutinised in the category DOMESTICATED BIRDS.
A new strain, influenza A virus (H5N1), spread through bird populations across Asia, Africa, and Europe, infecting domesticated birds, including ducks and chickens, and long-range migratory birds.
Material is grouped in sections on domesticated mammals, domesticated birds, and non-domesticated farmed animals.
The Afghan poultry farming, meanwhile, is restricted to raising chickens and does not include other domesticated birds such as turkeys, ducks etc.
Modern birds are used for comparison, but the emphasis is on bones found in archaeological sites, and the goal is to distinguish domesticated birds from their wild relative who might happen to have been nesting, wintering, or migrating at the same place at the same time or perhaps anytime in the next hundred or thousand years.
Their ancestors were domesticated birds that escaped and did well on their own.
Hallett said the white geese are domesticated birds that have flown to the park or were left there by their owners.
Avian influenza is very contagious among birds and can quickly make domesticated birds sick and kill them.
First discovered in Asian poultry in 1999, the avian H5N1 virus has since infected millions of migratory and domesticated birds in Asia, Eastern Europe and Africa and killed more than 140 people.
The site explains that avian influenza usually does not make wild birds sick, but can make domesticated birds very sick and kill them.
Unlike wild birds, domesticated birds such as chickens aren't used to H5N1.
However, bird flu is very contagious among birds and can make some domesticated birds, including chickens, ducks, and turkeys, very sick and kill them.
Regarding the avian flu, I'd like to say that first and foremost that Alaska doesn't have a lot of domesticated birds, which is how the flu spread in Asia," added Worrell.
Domesticated birds may become infected with the virus through direct contact with infected waterfowl or other infected poultry, or through contact with cages or water and feed that have been contaminated with the virus.