Which country is the worst for birds?
Which country has the worst bird population?
Avion, a bird that is often considered to be an economic disaster for the economy, has the highest bird population in Europe.
The European Union estimates that there are about 80 million avian species worldwide, up from 70 million in 2014.
European countries have seen some of the worst outbreaks of avian flu in recent years, and the European Commission has reported that a third of the continent’s bird species are declining.
In Europe, the number of birds that are affected by avian influenza has been declining since the first flu pandemic in 2008.
The number of European avian deaths has been on the decline, too, although the decline has slowed considerably.
The decline in bird deaths is a result of better detection of the virus and better vaccination of avians, as well as the fact that more birds are being monitored for the virus, according to a study by a research group at the University of Bremen.
The EU currently spends €3.5 billion on avian disease surveillance.
The countries with the most bird-related deaths are: Germany, Belgium, Poland, Estonia, Cyprus, Portugal, the Netherlands, Hungary, Lithuania, Slovakia, Romania, and Austria.
Spain and Portugal are the worst-hit countries, with the number and number of aviators falling the most.
The United Kingdom, Ireland, the United States, Germany, Italy, Spain, and France have the lowest bird population.
The worst-affected countries are Italy, the Czech Republic, Hungary and the Czech republic.
European aviator programs in France have had limited success, according the study, and it has been suggested that there may be some link between bird flu and avian mortality.
European governments have also been considering ways to help the European aviator community.
According to the EU, European governments need to spend €20 billion on the bird conservation and protection of birds in 2020.
European airlines are currently in the process of closing more than 300 of their fleet of Airbus A350s, which are mostly used for commercial and international flights.
A number of other European airlines, such as United Airlines, were recently forced to close their fleet.
The new European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is currently examining the situation in Europe, and will be looking at the situation for aviatic aviatorial flights as well.
The EASA will recommend the European Aviation Authority (EA) to help in the prevention and control of aviodromic aviatal infections.
In the meantime, the EU is preparing its own proposal for a bird-counting project.
In 2020, the European Parliament is expected to approve a number of measures to ensure the future health of European birds, including measures to better detect the virus.