. In Ontario, bird flu has killed bald eagles, Canada geese — and juvenile red foxes « JO LEE MAGAZINE

CBC – Wildlife experts say avian influenza typically only affects waterfowl, but this strain, referred to as highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) has affected a wide array of wild birds, including raptors such as this bald eagle.

The deadly strain of avian flu ravaging Canada’s poultry industry is also felling an unusual number of wild birds and has even jumped to mammals, killing a pair of juvenile foxes near St. Marys Ont., according to wildlife experts.

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