It's been reported that cases of bird flu have been found in swans at a popular tourist attraction in Dorset.
Nine cases of bird flu have been confirmed at the Abbotsbury swannery in Dorset just days after after a similar outbreak at Slimbridge.
It's believed the birds have avian influenza. The attraction is currently closed at the moment to the public for the winter season, but bosses say every precaution is being taken to protect staff and prevent further spread.
Experts have said that the threat to public health from the virus is very low.
The swannery was also hit by the virus in January 2008 when restrictions were put in place. A number of dead birds tested positive for the strain of the virus.