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Avian influenza: How bird flu affects domestic and wild flocks, and why a One Health approach matters

By Shayan Sharif, Professor of Immunology and Associate Dean, Research and Graduate Studies, University of Guelph
Jeffrey J. Wichtel, Dean, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph
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Avian influenza virus — or bird flu — can infect domestic poultry such as chickens and turkeys, as well as wild birds. The H5N1 strain has been identified in Canada.The Conversation

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