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Reports of sick and dying birds have been reported in Washington, D.C., Virginia, Maryland and West Virginia. The birds are infected with a pathogen that causes the birds’ eyes to swell and release a crusty discharge. Birds also present abnormal behavior and neurological problems. At this point, the cause has not been identified.
Birds that congregate at feeders and water baths can spread avian diseases to other birds.
Currently, the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources recommends that residents within the outbreak area in the eastern panhandle cease feeding birds until this event has concluded.
Join us on May 26 or May 27 at 6 PM for an evening of learning how to grow your
own shiitakes at home with
Dr. Dave McGill, Forest Resources Extension Specialist. We are offering
an evening workshop to learn how to cultivate shiitake mushrooms.
These gourmet mushrooms can be grown for personal use or as an enterprise. In this workshop, you will learn about mushrooms and how to inoculate logs. Workshop participants will be able to inoculate and take home a shiitake mushroom log. To reserve a space please complete the registration link http://bit.ly/shiitakeworkshop2021. Contact Evan Wilson with any questions.
Join us as we dive into the opportunities and challenges related to sustaining and harvesting white oak trees in West Virginia.
Tuesday, February 2