Many thanks to all for your speedy answers. I spoke with the DEC office at 
Stony Brook and for now they don’t recommend any action or testing for only a 
few incidents, but if we see more they will want a report

Jane F. Ross, PhD
1112 Park Ave. New York, NY 10128
mobile:  917-992-6708

On Aug 17, 2018, at 1:09 PM, Joseph Bopp 
<<>> wrote:

The best would be to call NY St. DEC Regional office in Stony Brook.     If 
they feel it needs looking into, they would bring it to the wildlife pathology 
unit.    I’m not sure what their phone number is or which number to call, but 
here is the website for the regional office.<>

Joe Bopp

 On Behalf Of Jane Ross
Sent: Friday, August 17, 2018 12:59 PM
To: nysbirds cornell <<>>
Subject: [nysbirds-l] Dead crow in East Hampton ?

An ailing crow has died in a friend’s  yard and I confess that I’m not sure 
what, if any, action should be  taken. If it suffered an illness (west Nile? )  
is it important to have it checked? It was one of 2 that seemed unwell this 
morning. Not sure what became of the second one
Thanks for any advice,
Jane F. Ross, PhD
1112 Park Ave. New York, NY 10128
mobile:  917-992-6708

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