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TO FEED OR NOT TO FEED THE BIRDS - THAT'S THE BIG QUESTION

Recently Dr. Victoria Hall, Director at the Minnesota Raptor Center, asked the public to remove their bird feeders for a month or two as a precaution in preventing the spread of the avian flu. Currently there is zero evidence that the flu has spread to songbirds but according to Dr. Hall "because the science is unclear on the role of songbirds in this current H5N1 outbreak, one consideration is to not encourage birds to gather at places such as bird feeders or bird baths." Dr. Hall also had this to say on the Raptor Center Facebook Page Raptor Center Facebook Page Convincing the public to not feed birds, especially during spring migration, is next to impossible. Many people say they are willing to remove their feeders if there's evidence the avian flu spread to songbirds but one has to wonder how true that is for some. Consider chronic wasting disease (CWD). Even though people are aware that the state is struggling to prevent the spread of chronic wasting disease it didn&

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