Thousands of Dead Migrant Seabirds Wash Up on Canada Shore, Avian Flu Suspected

29 July 2022 16:03 WIB

Seabirds, which perished due to what the Canadian Wildlife Service suspect is avian flu, wash up on the shores of Point Lance, Newfoundland, Canada July 25, 2022. The carcasses of thousands of migrant seabirds have washed up on the shores of eastern Canada this week and preliminary findings showed that the birds died of avian flu. REUTERS/Greg Locke

29 Juli 2022 00:00 WIB

Seabirds, which perished due to what the Canadian Wildlife Service suspect is avian flu, wash up on the shores of Point Lance, Newfoundland, Canada July 25, 2022. Since May 2022, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency has confirmed 13 positive cases of highly pathogenic avian influenza in the eastern Canadian province of Newfoundland. REUTERS/Greg Locke

29 Juli 2022 00:00 WIB

Seabirds, which perished due to what the Canadian Wildlife Service suspect is avian flu, wash up on the shores of Point Lance, Newfoundland, Canada July 25, 2022. Environment and Climate Change Canada is conducting more investigations to confirm that the seabirds deaths are linked to avian flu, Peter Thomas, wildlife biologist for the center said. REUTERS/Greg Locke

29 Juli 2022 00:00 WIB

Seabirds, which perished due to what the Canadian Wildlife Service suspects is avian flu, wash up on the shores of Point Lance, Newfoundland, Canada July 25, 2022. Dead herring gulls, Iceland gulls, common ravens, and American crows are the among the most affected by the influenza, Thomas added. REUTERS/Greg Locke

29 Juli 2022 00:00 WIB

Seabirds, which perished due to what the Canadian Wildlife Service suspect is avian flu, wash up on the shores of Point Lance, Newfoundland, Canada July 25, 2022. REUTERS/Greg Locke

29 Juli 2022 00:00 WIB

Seabirds, which perished due to what the Canadian Wildlife Service suspect is avian flu, wash up on the shores of Point Lance, Newfoundland, Canada July 25, 2022. REUTERS/Greg Locke

29 Juli 2022 00:00 WIB