The UK has been hit by a virulent strain of Avian (bird) flu and the government has ordered all chickens and turkeys to be locked indoors and massive numbers slaughtered to control the pandemic.
Piles of dead sea birds like gannets lie on Scottish beaches and now Dr. Pott of the Loch Ness Scientific Research Project has warned tourists to stop throwing dead chicken carcasses into Loch Ness. “Even a carton that had chicken nuggets or a sandwich wrapper could carry viruses that kill birds and raptor-related creatures like Nessie, The Loch Ness Monster”.
The BBC has reported scientific research that demonstrates the avian flu virus can survive in contaminated water for over a year and reinfect wild creatures. This could be an end-game scenario for areas like the loch and northern Scotland.
You must ACT NOW! Don’t throw food waste, especially dead bird remnants, into Loch Ness or its feeder rivers and canals.