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Birds

Country: American Samoa

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Port of entry requirements

Western Samoa -
Statutory declaration by the owner including the number and sex, and stating that the birds are free from vermin and have been disease free for the six months prior to shipment.
General health certificate attesting to disease freedoms and negative test results for salmonella pullorum and ILT. The certificate must also endorse the owner's declaration.

American Samoa -
General health certificate, and statement that as far as can be determined the birds were not exposed to any contagious disease in the 60 days preceding shipment.

Permit requirements

Special conditions

Please contact the Department of the Environment and Heritage for
any additional requirements or restrictions on the export of birds.

Department of the Environment and Heritage
GPO Box 787
Canberra ACT 2601
Phone: 02 6274 1900
Fax: 02 6274 1921
email: wildlifetrade@deh.gov.au
website: www.deh.gov.au/biodiversity/trade-use

Pre-export preparations

Western Samoa -
Birds tested one week prior to shipment and found to be free from disease and vermin.

Birds tested with negative results for -
salmonella pullorum (one week prior to departure)
infectious laryngotracheitis

American Samoa -
Birds were not exposed to any contagious diseases in the 60 days prior to shipment.

Health certification

Australia is free from -
clinical Newcastle disease
avian influenza (fowl pest)

The premises of origin is free from -
chronic respiratory disease

The birds are free from -
pullorum disease
other communicable diseases

Protocol last negotiated

1983

Latest updates

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Last updated: 3/07/2022 11:24 PMCreated: 15/01/2015 12:41 PM