Indiana wants to know why song birds are dying in a handful of counties across the state. The state’s Department of Natural Resources says a number of birds in Monroe, Clark, Jefferson, LaGrange, and Lake counties have all gotten sick or died over the past few months. DNR says scientists are testing the birds to see if there’s a disease or virus that is impacting them. In the meantime, DNR says people should clean their bird feeders and never handle birds they find in trees or on the ground.

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