Two hundred birds have died, and 315 more have been coated with a gray, sticky, and odorless substance.
Researchers don’t know what the substance is or where it has come from. They are busily – some say frantically – trying to find out by applying chemical tests and autopsy procedures. The hope is to alleviate the suffering and free the wings of the still-living birds so they can be released back into...
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