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One Health Circle: Bird flu - What is it and why does it matter? - Shared screen with speaker view
Subhash Bhore
17:40
Hello Everyone, I am Subhash from Malaysia
Herman Barkema
17:55
Welcome, Subhash!
Yara Cavalcante
18:28
Hello everyone!
Herman Barkema
18:55
Welcome, Yara!
Adam Watson
19:40
perfect
Subhash Bhore
20:09
Herman, Good to meet you, though vertually
Yara Cavalcante
20:22
Thank you Herman!
Kathleen Doobay
22:12
Hello Everyone, currently from Toronto/Tkaronto, Ontario, Canada. Good to be here with all of you and see Herman and Michele again. I posted a brief social media post about tonight’s event (hope that’s ok). Bests Kathleen. Twitter: @KathleenDoobay and Instagram: @kathleendoobayblog. Take good care
Herman Barkema
22:46
Great. Thank you, Kathleen!
Michele Anholt
22:50
Thank you Kathleen, happy to have your help advertising!
Kathleen Doobay
23:04
You’re most welcome, Herman and Michele.
Kim
38:25
Should we expect a resurgence of cases in Alberta in the fall when wild birds are migrating south?
Eugene Janzen
39:48
Has there been an recognizable increase in the diagnoses of Human AI associated with this increase in wildlife disease?
Ron Wolff
45:03
What about bird feeders? Do we have to stop feeding back yard birds?
Pamela D Sterling
47:28
I belong to an Alberta Wild Bird group on Facebook and they reported multiple dead waterfowl at Frank Lake, I was surprised to see no cases of Avian Flu in wild birds in Alberta? Did I hear that wrong? If not, were any of the dead birds at Frank lake invetigated?
Kim
52:48
There is most definitely HPAI in wild birds in Alberta!
mlrussel
54:22
what implications for human food security?
Kathleen Doobay
58:33
Interesting… what may be considered ‘common’ in using common sense practices as it may relate into basic rights and the potential diverse complexity within one health.
MUHAMMAD FAROOQ
58:38
The poultry producers are thinking of much natural way of raising commercial birds, particularly layers like free ranging birds. Keeping in mind HPAI, what is suggested to those producers?
Claire Su
01:05:29
Does H5N1 have the same timeline as other strains for development of clinical signs? I have heard that it takes longer to see the mortality rates we usually see for HPAI and that it makes early detection harder.
Eugene Janzen
01:09:13
Canada Geese have invaded our parks and other recreation areas resulting in "Ca-Ca" deposits that are almost impossible to avoid. Are we at risk of spreading the virus by walking our dogs?
mlrussel
01:10:56
many households have cats that spend at least part of time outdoors. implications?
Kathleen Doobay
01:12:00
Thank you Douglas Whiteside and Keith Lehman for the presentation, Q & A.
Martha Toy
01:13:58
Is there any evidence for a shift in mutation capacity such as what has been observed in covid-19? Any ability to comment on possible influence of more severe weather fluctuations that are being seen in association with climate warming?
Kim
01:14:51
The wild birds that have tested positive does not reflect the actual number of wild birds that have died from this.
MUHAMMAD FAROOQ
01:15:21
Is any existing AI vaccine effective to some extent?
elissakeizer
01:15:25
Can you comment on the risk to pet birds such as budgies, cockatiels, especially if they escape the home? Risk for a stray bird (need for quarantine when caught again). Thanks
Subhash Bhore
01:18:27
Couple of questions to both speakers: Climate change will have impact on wild birds migration and their interaction with humans and domesticated animals. Do you think, we will have more outbreaks in the future? What should be done to prevent outbreaks?
Claire Su
01:18:35
Thank you!
Cameron Knight
01:21:14
Could Doug talk about insect transmission?
Mr. Awais Ghaffar
01:21:53
What about the pigs? can they play any role in mutation?
Eugene Janzen
01:23:09
Michele; Great seminar with great choice of presenters
Kim
01:23:16
Thank you Dr. Whiteside and Dr. Lehman!
Marian Johnson
01:23:19
THANK YOU!
Olivia Hee
01:23:23
Thank you!
Subhash Bhore
01:23:25
It was a wonderful webinar. Thank you!
Connie Varnhagen
01:23:26
Really interesting! Thanks!
sandrablack
01:23:28
Thanks to you both!
Sylvia Checkley
01:23:31
Thanks
Martha Toy
01:23:32
Thank you for very informative presentations!
Subhash Bhore
01:23:36
Bye.
Laurie
01:23:42
Thank you!