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USGS Finds That Mysterious Arkansas Bald Eagle Disease Has Spread To Ducks In Eastern States

ng recognized because more people are aware of the problem? If it is an emerging disease, finding out what is causing it may be just the tip of the iceberg."

USGS and SCWDS recently issued a joint Wildlife Health Alert informing wildlife biologists and public land managers of the problem and requesting that they report observations of birds exhibiting wobbly, uncoordinated flight or impaired swimming ability to Wildlife Disease Specialists at NWHC or SCWDS. Additional information can be found at http://www.emtc.usgs.gov/http_data/nwhc/news/news.html.


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Contact: Kim Miller
Kim_Miller@usgs.gov
608-270-2448
United States Geological Survey
29-Mar-1999


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