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The pioneering role of zoos in the fight against avian influenza

Discussion in 'Wildlife & Nature Conservation' started by Haliaeetus, 30 Oct 2022.

  1. Haliaeetus

    Haliaeetus Well-Known Member

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    How the 15-year old experience of European zoos in vaccination of birds against avian influenza could help poultry industry and wild bird conservation against future outbreaks.
    Grippe aviaire : le virus change son rythme saisonnier
    (The source article is in French)
     
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    UngulateNerd92 Well-Known Member Premium Member 5+ year member

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    Thank you for sharing this article with us. I don't mean to be that guy, but maybe this thread should be moved to the General Zoo Discussion Forum?
     
  3. Haliaeetus

    Haliaeetus Well-Known Member

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    For me it has strong ties with conservation, as avian influenza is a real plague.
     
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    UngulateNerd92 Well-Known Member Premium Member 5+ year member

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    Oh ok, I see what you are saying.
     
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