A nature hold has shut
after bird influenza was found at the site


Pensthorpe Natural Park,
close to Fakenham in Norfolk, said one instance of avian influenza had been


In an assertion, the
recreation area, which was home to BBC Springwatch from 2008 to 2010, said it
was probably going to have come from wild birds visiting the hold


It added that while the
H5N1 infection isn’t unsafe to people, the recreation area was shutting briefly
from Saturday evening “to relieve any further danger


The recreation area said
an Avian Influenza Protection Zone (AIPZ) had recently been proclaimed to
moderate the danger of the illness spreading among poultry and hostage birds,
however from that point forward a case had “tragically been affirmed


An AIPZ implies bird
managers need to follow severe biosecurity measures to safeguard their groups
and assist with forestalling illness spread to wild birds


We have been liaising with the main associations including Defra,
to guarantee the right systems are stuck to and will keep on checking what is
happening,” it said


Pensthorpe Natural Park will resume its entryways when it is
alright for our birds, and we anticipate inviting back our guests in a matter
of seconds


It apologized for any
burden caused and said every individual who had booked to visit on Sunday would
be offered a full discount


The Department for
Environment, Food and Rural Affairs said a brief control zone of 3km (1.9miles)
had been put around the impacted site

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