Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Newsbite: Keep Your Wild Birds free from Aspergillosis

At this time of year in the Northern Hemisphere it is common for millions of people to feed wild birds in their gardens in order to enjoy seeing their antics. It is important to keep all feeders clean and dry and food fresh in order to avoid moulds including Aspergillus growing on the foods as the birds can be poisoned by toxins produced by mouldy food. There is also a possibility, especially when they are stressed in poor weather or after long flights of birds contracting aspergillosis after inhaling spores. more...

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