This occurred because of the epidemic of avian cholera that has engulfed some parts of the USA. For men this disease is not a big risk, but the environment is clearly not cleaner where there are dead bodies of birds, according to Unity.info with reference to Reuters.
A large flock of geese had died in flight during the annual migration to the North coast of Alaska. Dozens of employees of the hunting and fisheries Idaho together with volunteers collected and burned the bodies of birds.
“”They just fell from the sky. This is a sure sign of cholera,” — said the representative of the fishing and hunting departments Idaho Greg o Losinski.
The cause of death of wild birds was confirmed by biologists, conducting laboratory analyses. The geese were the victims of an infectious disease, caused by bacteria, can live in the soil and water for up to four months.