Avian Influenza: Protect your Pets, Poultry, and Wild Birds

Where: 
Room 12/14, Baraboo Civic Center, 124 2nd St., Baraboo, WI

Join us at 6:30 PM on Tuesday, June 7 when Dr. Barry Hartup presents a free program exploring the "second pandemic", an “epornitic” of avian influenza virus, impacting birds nearly worldwide. This free presentation will be held in Room 12/14, Baraboo Civic Center, 124 2nd St., Baraboo.

The outbreak has affected billions of birds, been incredibly detrimental to animal agriculture, and created welfare and conservation concerns. Come and learn how this problem has emerged in birds, both domestic and wild, what you can do protect your pets, poultry, and wild birds in your community.

Dr. Barry Hartup is the Director of Conservation Medicine at the International Crane Foundation and developed a plan to prevent diseases such as avian flu from impacting the endangered crane flock maintained at ICF since the early 2000’s. Barry is also a Clinical Instructor in Zoological Medicine at the School of Veterinary Medicine at UW-Madison.

Contact: 
Carnegie-Schadde Memorial Public Library 608-356-6166
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