Rare curlew among victims of bird flu outbreak
Dozens of wild birds have died in a suspected avian flu outbreak at a national nature reserve.
Consultant ornithologist Peter Stronach discovered 160 individual birds of 20 species at Loch Fleet, near Golspie in Sutherland.
Bodies of curlew, geese and ducks were among those recovered and tested.
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