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NewsDesk @bactiman63 The Michigan Department of Natural Resources received confirmation Wednesday evening that three red fox kits died from highly pathogenic avian influenza – the state’s first such confirmation of the HPAI virus in wild mammals. The fox kits, collected between April 1 and April 14, came from three separate dens in Lapeer, Macomb and St. […]

Michigan reports 3 red fox kits died from highly pathogenic avian influenza - Outbreak News Today

These are Michigan’s first cases of avian influenza in wild mammals, but there have been other cases in North America.

Michigan confirms first cases of avian flu in wild mammals after three fox kits die - mlive.com

A wild fox in Anoka County tested positive for bird flu, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced Wednesday. It's the first known wild mammal in Minnesota to contract the strain that has forced farmers to cull millions of poultry across the U.S.A wild fox in Anoka County tested positive for bird flu, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced Wednesday. It's the first known wild mammal in Minnesota to contract the strain that has forced farmers to cull millions of poultry across the U.S.

DNR: Fox in Anoka County 1st wild mammal to test positive for bird flu in Minnesota - KSTP.com Eyewitness News

A wild fox in Anoka County tested positive for bird flu, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced Wednesday. It's the first known wild mammal in Minnesota to contract the strain that has forced farmers to cull millions of poultry across the U.S.A wild fox in Anoka County tested positive for bird flu, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources announced Wednesday. It's the first known wild mammal in Minnesota to contract the strain that has forced farmers to cull millions of poultry across the U.S.

DNR: Fox in Anoka County 1st wild mammal to test positive for bird flu in Minnesota - KSTP.com Eyewitness News

A fox kit from Anoka County has tested positive for a deadly, highly contagious bird flu that has killed countless wild birds this spring.A fox kit from Anoka County has tested positive for a deadly, highly contagious bird flu that has killed countless wild birds this spring.

Virus that's killed birds turns up in first wild mammal in Minnesota - StarTribune.com

The young fox, known as a kit, was found in Anoka County and died, as did two red fox kits in Ontario, Canada who tested positive for the avian flu last week.The young fox was found in Anoka County and died, as did two red fox kits in Ontario, Canada who tested positive for the avian flu last week.

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The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) received confirmation last week that three wild red fox kits tested positive for a strain of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) that is currently affecting domestic and wild bird populations in North America. These cases represent the first detections of HPAI in wild Wisconsin mammals. Similar cases have […]

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Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) has been found in one backyard flock and six commercial flocks throughout Barron County.Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) has been found in one backyard flock and six commercial flocks throughout Barron County.

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The great horned owl released Wednesday is the Raptor Center's first patient to recover from HPAI.The great horned owl released Wednesday is the Raptor Center's first patient to recover from HPAI.

MN owl returns to the wild after rare recovery from avian flu - Bring Me The News

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Avian influenza has been confirmed in three baby red foxes in...LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Avian influenza has been confirmed in three baby red foxes in...

Michigan DNR: Bird flu confirmed in 3 baby red foxes

A wild fox from Anoka County has tested positive for the highly pathogenic avian influenza, and is the first wild mammal in the state to contract the disease.A wild fox from Anoka County has tested positive for the highly pathogenic avian influenza, and is the first wild mammal in the state to contract the disease.

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Three red fox kits died from the very contagious bird flu (HPAI). This is the first time a wild mammal in Michigan has been confirmed to have avian influenza (HPAI).Three red fox kits died from the very contagious bird flu (HPAI). This is the first time a wild mammal in Michigan has been confirmed to have avian influenza (HPAI).

3 fox kits die from bird flu in Southeast Michigan, DNR says

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced that highly pathogenic avian influenza has been confirmed in three red fox kits — reportedly the state’s first confirmation of the virus in wild mammals.The Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced that highly pathogenic avian influenza has been confirmed in three red fox kits — reportedly the state’s first confirmation of the virus in wild mammals.

Avian flu detected in 3 red fox kits, Michigan DNR reports

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A baby fox has tested positive for the bird flu in Minnesota, the...MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A baby fox has tested positive for the bird flu in Minnesota, the...

DNR: Fox kit tests positive for bird flu in Minnesota

This is the first confirmed case of highly pathogenic avian influenza in a wild mammal in the state, the Department of Natural Resources said.This is the first confirmed case of highly pathogenic avian influenza in a wild mammal in the state, the Department of Natural Resources said.

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