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A Salmonella Outbreak Is Killing California Songbirds

Many Californian songbirds are dead after a salmonella outbreak.

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife says the most affected birds are the American goldfinch and the pine siskins. These species live near the Bay Area and throughout the Sierra. The department is asking people in these areas to take down their feeders. They say birds are infected through food, water or objects that have fecal matter from an infected bird.

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