The Irwin family is well-known for their compassionate treatment of animals, and they are referred to as “Wildlife Warriors” all around the world.
And Bindi Irwin was quick to reply to a farm owner in the United States who asked for assistance when avian influenza caused her to lose 99% of her poultry.
Since her Knuckle Bump Farm in South Florida was affected by the virus, Taylor Blake, also known as Eco Sister on Twitter, has been chronicling her experiences across various social media platforms and sharing them with others.
Taylor shared that she has not only lost all of her chickens and ducks, but also a significant number of geese, turkeys, and swans.
Taylor Irwin was forced to send a frantic message to the rest of the Irwin family on Monday after learning that her beloved bird and a TikTok fan favourite, Emmanuel, had become infected with the flu virus.
Taylor thanked them for their advice while also expressing her love for their family.
She wrote on Twitter, “I have been a fan of your family for as long as I can remember, and right now I am reaching out to you in absolute desperation.”
‘I need help saving my emu, Emmanuel. I will pay for anyone who can help us to fly here, and there will be no questions asked.’
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Although Bindi was unable to offer the farm a significant amount of assistance, she did send her love and prayers their way and responded to their letter by saying, “Thank you so much for reaching out.”
“Although our Wildlife Hospital has treated over 100,000 animals, including emus, we have never treated an emu with this particular condition,” she continued. “This is something that has never occurred at our facility.”
We are going to have to rely on our colleagues who are animal experts and have more experience dealing with the avian flu.
Bindi continued, saying, “Our hearts are with you, and we appreciate that you care so profoundly and have such compassion for darling Emmanuel. We are so grateful that you have both of these qualities.”
“We feel that each and every one of us needs to have affection for the specific animals that make up the world.
We are keeping our fingers crossed that somebody who is more knowledgeable in their field would be able to lend a hand. Our entire family is thinking of you and sending positive vibes your way.
In earlier tweets, Taylor informed her fans that the wild Egyptian Geese that had flown onto the farm one night and infected their birds were the source of the pandemic. This information was shared with her followers.
She wrote that “not many people are aware of the threats that wild birds bring to farmed birds,” which is an accurate statement.
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