University of California, Riverside West Nile Virus Information
Sunday, November 19, 2017
HomeBackgroundNewslettersLearn More

Dead Bird Report

IF YOU HAVE FOUND A DEAD BIRD PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING:
WNV is not contagious from person to person and there is no evidence that a person can get infected by handling live or dead infected birds. But, to add a further level of safety, if birds or other potentially infected animals must be handled, a protective barrier (e.g., gloves, inverted plastic bags) should be used.

Have you reported the dead bird to the West nile Virus hotline?
(1-877-WNV-BIRD)
Yes  
 
Where did you find the dead bird(s)?
Street
City
Zip
 
What type of bird(s) did you find?
Crow/Raven Raptor Hawk/Owl Scrub Jay
 
Sparrow/Finch Wading Bird (Herons/Egrets) Woodpecker
 
Other Song Birds
What date and time were the bird(s) found?
Time
Date Click here for the pop out calendar.
 
Can we contact you?
(Optional)
Contact Number    
Contact Person
 
Submit Cancel
 



Page Created by Center for Visual Computing Center for Visual Computing