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Keep birds healthy, avoid moldy birdseed

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Moldy birdseed and unclean bird feeders can make birds sick, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said.

In spring and in hot, humid weather it is common for mold to form on wet birdseed. The mold can cause a fatal avian disease called aspergillosis, which affects the birds’ respiratory systems.

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