The bird disease has wiped out millions of domestic chickens and thousands of wild waterfowl, but is now crossing over into other animals
Avian flu wreaks more havoc in Colorado egg layers and wild birds
Worst-ever outbreak leads to slaughter of 6 million-plus chickens and has killed enough eagles and other raptors to raise wildlife fears.
Why the price of eggs went up in Colorado this year
Avian flu has killed off 85% of Colorado’s egg-laying hens amid high inflation. The industry says there’s no egg shortage — just higher costs for everyone.