New online service to report dead wild birds  – latest APHA guidance

The Animal and Plant Health Agency (APHA) has a new online service to report dead wild birds.

You should use this service if you find:

  • 1 or more dead birds of prey (such as owl, hawk or buzzard)
  • 3 or more dead birds that include at least 1 gull, swan, goose or duck
  • 5 or more dead wild birds or any species

It’s quick & easy to do. See GOV.UK to access this service https://www.gov.uk/guidance/report-dead-wild-birds

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