Isaiah Parrish, 12, opens the door to the family’s chicken coop Sunday to let the birds out at his home in Spokane, Wash. Backyard poultry producers in the state are being told by state officials to monitor their flocks after a deadly avian flu outbreak in the area.
Isaiah Parrish, 12, opens the door to the family’s chicken coop Sunday to let the birds out at his home in Spokane, Wash. Backyard poultry producers in the state are being told by state officials to monitor their flocks after a deadly avian flu outbreak in the area. Jesse Tinsley The Spokesman-Review (Wash.)
Isaiah Parrish, 12, opens the door to the family’s chicken coop Sunday to let the birds out at his home in Spokane, Wash. Backyard poultry producers in the state are being told by state officials to monitor their flocks after a deadly avian flu outbreak in the area. Jesse Tinsley The Spokesman-Review (Wash.)

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