Martin W

    Following Mike’s post, a dead Common Kestrel found in Kowloon confirmed to have H5N1.
    Another raptor, which could feed on sick small songbirds.

    Then, news of two dead munias found in Kowloon, being tested for H5N1.
    One a scaly-breasted: native to HK, but old rice fields not urban.
    The other a chestnut munia: not native, known to be traded.

    Have recently been media reports re ideas for limiting bird trade and bird releases in Hong Kong – but no real action taken.