California Hatcheries Hit Again With Bacterial Outbreaks, Pacific Flyway Birds May Be Vector

Two California Department of Fish and Wildlife fish hatchery facilities in the eastern Sierra have recently detected an outbreak of Lactococcus petauri, a naturally occurring bacteria that sickens fish. Biologists speculate Pacific Flyway birds may have carried the disease from Mexican fish farms to the hatcheries.

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