The City and County of Broomfield has been informed about Avian Flu infections in some of our bird populations. CCOB staff is working with Colorado Parks and Wildlife to take appropriate measures to keep our community and other wildlife safe. While the human health risks from Avian Flu are low according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CPW recommends that people do not touch dead or diseased wild birds and do not let your pets near them or their droppings.
This form is to be used to report deceased birds - please fill out the information below and staff will be deployed. If a bird is sick or injured, please call police non-emergency dispatch at 303-438-6400 so that an animal services officer can be dispatched out to assist.
(please provide a number where CCOB staff / Animal Services Officer can easily contact you should additional information be needed)
Please provide the approximate address and/or cross streets can of where you found the bird.
Please be as specific as possible
If possible, please upload a photo of the bird and its surroundings so that responding personnel can more easily identify and locate it.
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