On Wednesday, crows were found dead in fields in Irani village.



In the remote Nizamula Valley of Chamoli district, panic has spread due to the death of more than half a dozen crows. On Wednesday, crows were found dead in fields in Irani village. Villagers have been informed by the villagers of Badrinath forest division that the crows were dead.

A bird also died in the fields on Tuesday in Gona village of the valley. DFO of the forest department, Ashutosh Singh said that a team has been sent along with the forest officer in the area. Veterinarians have also been informed about this. Dead birds will be captured and sampled.
As many as 64 crows, four pigeons and nine herons have been found dead on Tuesday in various areas, including the capital Doon amid fears of bird flu. Dead crows, herons and pigeons are buried. Some samples have been sent to the laboratory for examination. According to Dr. SB Pandey, Chief Veterinary Officer (CVO), at present no bird has any symptoms of bird flu. After the investigation report, something can be said.

On Tuesday, 64 crows were found dead in various areas of the capital. On the other hand nine herons and pigeons have also been reported dead. After such a large number of pigeons, crows and herons were found dead, the locals are expressing the fear of bird flu.

The Chief Veterinary Officer, Dr. SB Pandey says that departmental teams are being sent from wherever the information about the death of birds is coming. Nothing can be said about the death of crows due to bird flu disease. The real cause of death will be known only after the report is received from the laboratory.

Teams kept running all day long:
The deaths of pigeons, crows and herons have added to the woes of forest department and animal husbandry department officials. Officials and employees of both the departments were seen running around throughout the day on Tuesday due to continuous reports of birds dying.

Chief Veterinary Officer Dr. SB Pandey says that teams of departmental staff are being sent from where the information about the death of birds is coming. The birds have been sent to the laboratory along with burial of their dead bodies.

Six crows found dead on the third day in AIIMS campus, stirred up:
Six crows were found dead in the Rishikesh AIIMS campus. At the same time, three crows were found dead in Doiwala. The Forest Department has been stirred up after the crows were reported dead for the third consecutive day in the AIIMS campus. The Forest Department has sent a crow’s sample to Bhopal, found dead in AIIMS campus.

Forest Department Ranger Mahendra Singh Rawat said that it was reported that the dead crows were found in the AIIMS campus. After this, the team was informed that the crow had died in a plot in the IDPL area. At the same time, two pigeons were found dead in Khandgaon displaced adjacent to the bypass. He said that a sample of a crow has been sent to the National High Security Animal Institute (NIHSA) Bhopal. The rest of the crows and pigeons are buried.

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