Avian Deaths in Australia Not Bird Flu

Jan 12, 2007

(AP) -- Wildlife authorities investigating why thousands of birds fell from the sky over a town in remote southwestern Australia have ruled out infectious diseases but are no closer to figuring out what killed them, a state official said Friday.



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