A wildlife trust has removed warnings about an outbreak of avian flu at one of its nature reserves following confirmed cases in the summer.

The Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust (BBOWT) had urged visitors to Hosehill Lake near Reading to take precautions.

A notice on BBOWT’s website has been removed as it’s “not relevant anymore”.

The risk of transmission to humans remained low but visitors were advised not to touch dead birds or droppings.

Anyone who finds a dead bird is urged to report it to Defra.

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