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What is avian influenza? A. Avian influenza (AI)--the bird flu--is a virus that infects wild birds (such as ducks, gulls, and shorebirds) and domestic poultry (such as chickens, turkeys, ducks, and geese). Influenza aviaire. SANTE CANADA 06/09/05 Grippe aviaire. ONU - Avian Influenza and the pandemic threat.