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Experts monitor birds flying south for AI

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JACKSON, Miss. — Experts across the South are bracing for the potential impacts of avian influenza. After poultry populations were decimated this spring with a record number of bird flu-related infections and deaths, industry experts are on high alert as water fowl begin their seasonal migration.

By now, most of the general public are familiar with the avian influenza virus, or bird flu as it is commonly referred.  This is due in large part to the national outbreak of the virus this spring in the Pacific Northwest and throughout the Midwest.

Since the first reported case of the virus back. . .

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