Avian botulism in Hawai‘i wetlands monitored
HONOLULU — Hundreds of birds in Hanalei’s wetlands succumbed to a botulism outbreak earlier this year. Now the toxin has been detected on Maui, where dozens of Hawaiian birds have been found dead recently, according to officials from the state
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