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One reader races pigeons. He originally asked about Geomagnetic storm alerts, https://ykalaska.wordpress.com/2006/09/20/geomagnetic-storm-alerts/ and discussed here- Pigeons, geomagnetic storms, and auroras And then tried out the real-time maps of storms and whether that would improve his birds performance– Hi Pam, Since … Continue reading
HPAI Early Detection Data System (HEDDS) It’s only been just a little while since the official bird flu testing results in the USA have been provided in a much easier format to receive and review. This is very good news. … Continue reading
Winker K, McCracken KG, Gibson DD, Pruett CL, Meier R, Huettmann F, et al. Movements of birds and avian influenza from Asia into Alaska. Emerg Infect Dis [serial on the Internet]. 2007 Apr [date cited]. Available from http://www.cdc.gov/EID/content/13/4/06-1072.htm Abstract Asian-origin … Continue reading
News Release 2006 Alaska Avian Influenza Surveillance Wrap-up Available: No H5N1 Found News Releases Home Page, Contacts, Bruce Woods (907)786-3695 In 2006, Alaska Department of the Interior agencies were tasked with testing more than 15,000 birds for the highly pathogenic … Continue reading
Accessible results (still not the complete data). I converted the pdf flyer from USFWS see previous results, maybe Sample Scheme | Region | Samples | Low Path AI Spring Subsistence YK Delta 2,846 34 Seward Peninsula 773 12 St Lawrence … Continue reading
Officials confirm no sign of bird flu from Alaska tests The Associated Press Published: January 9, 2007 Last Modified: January 9, 2007 at 04:24 PM JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) – There were no signs of the deadly H5N1 strain of bird … Continue reading
Kind of. At least one can find the totals, after 4 months. http://wildlifedisease.nbii.gov/ai/ Avian Flu Detection Information on Wild Birds Available The public can now view a Web site showing current information about wild bird sampling for early detection of … Continue reading
I’m glad YKHC included the reference to where one can sign up directly for the Fish & Wildlife news releases. 2006-07-28 Turns out this is not a valid address for the list-serv and the Alaska regional news service evidently no … Continue reading
This just came in through my Google news alert. I cannot find any mention on the state’s flu pages. http://www.avianflu.alaska.gov/ or here http://www.pandemicflu.alaska.gov/ or here http://www.adfg.state.ak.us/news/dept_releases.php “Article Last Updated: 06/09/2006 12:49:03 PM AKDT Bird testing in Alaska reveals no sign … Continue reading
I put this list together for the USDA Natural Resources & Conservation Service in 2002 from my earlier handouts. It is a listing of references I recommend to communities and other professionals concerned with public involvement. This isn’t a comprehensive … Continue reading