Bald eagle with bird flu found in West Seattle's Lincoln Park

WDFW has confirmed at least 18 cases in bald eagles, meaning there are likely many more. HPAI has impacted birds of multiple species for months.

SEATTLE — Washington state officials and conservationists are warning of cases of avian influenza located in West Seattle’s Lincoln Park and across the state, asking people to watch for symptoms and report them in hopes of stopping the spread.

“It got quiet in the summer and then during migration – September, October – we got a resurgence of it,” urban conservation specialist Kersti Muul said. 

Muul volunteers her time to help sick and wounded birds and has been called

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