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feathered friend

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any of various derisive sounds of disapproval

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When infected wild birds migrate, they carry H5N1 to new areas of the globe There, they spread the virus to other species through their saliva, feces, and nasal secretions, Since domesticated birds such as chickens aren't used to H5N1, their immune systems aren't prepared for the attack.
Domesticated birds may become infected with avian influenza virus through direct contact with infected waterfowl or other infected poultry, or through contact with surfaces (such as dirt or cages) or materials (such as water or feed) that have been contaminated with virus.
US$56 million would be spent on testing wild and domesticated birds.
n It is carried in birds' intestines and can affect domesticated birds including chickens.
All flu is carried by aquatic birds, and then often passed on to domesticated birds, but bird flu has been a particular problem in China and Asia because of their way of life.
WILD birds carry the virus in the gut, and it is passed on when domesticated birds come into contact with infected faeces.
But in the Canticles, the Spirit is represented less like the domesticated birds or pigeons of traditional church art and more like the wild raptors of the mountain wildernesses.
avium is thought to be strictly an animal pathogen that causes tracheobronchitis in wild and domesticated birds (1,2), infections in birds share many of the clinical and histopathologic features of disease in mammals caused by B.
The six domesticated birds, which are a popular feature of the Cleddau in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, have been the repeated targets of hooligans.
First discovered in Asian poultry in 1999, the avian virus has since infected millions of migratory and domesticated birds and at least 140 people.
There were no new reports of mortality or illness in either wild or domesticated birds on Inagua.
It is carried in their intestines and can affect domesticated birds including chickens, turkeys and water fowl such as ducks.
Pigeons have been getting on with humans for the best part of 6,000 years as possibly the first domesticated birds.
Although 14 (24%) reported having been within [less than or equal to] 1 m of any live poultry or domesticated birds in Asia, none reported touching live poultry, domesticated birds, or recently butchered poultry.
However, avian influenza is very contagious among birds and can make some domesticated birds, including chickens, ducks and turkeys very sick and kill them.