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NORTH COUNTY — Four dead birds discovered around San Diego County have tested positive for West Nile virus, health officials announced today.
Hundreds of sparrows littered New Plymouth's main street yesterday, shocking business owners arriving at work and baffling a bird expert. The drenched birds were dropping like flies from two trees on the Hill on Devon St West after a deluge of rain. Autopsies will be done on some of the dead birds to see if foul play was involved.
Originally posted by Cygnus_Hunter
Can you do an autopsy on one of the birds?