Michigan’s First Confirmed Cases of Bird Flu Found in Downstate Goslings
Three goslings downstate tested positive for bird flu, marking the first confirmed cases of the virus in Michigan.
It’s affecting three free-ranging Canadian goslings in Macomb County’s Sterling Heights.
Bird flu can also affect chickens, turkeys and quail.
Infected birds may show difficulty walking, lack of appetite and a drop in egg production.
The virus has been found in twenty other states.
The risk to people is considered low.