The birds were found on May 22 at Green Lake and Volunteer parks in Seattle and Bellevue Downtown Park.
Last month, the Washington State Department of Agriculture announced the state’s first case of bird flu. There were confirmed cases in 11 domestic, backyard flocks in eight counties.
The health department is advising people to not transport wild birds or keep them in their homes or yards.
People should not approach or touch the birds.
Anyone who may have touched or come within six feet to any sick birds at the locations, is asked to call King County Public Health at 206-4774.
To report sick or dead birds to the Washington state Department of Fish and Wildlife, click here: bit.ly/sickwildbirds.
The WSDA said if your flock experiences a sudden death or illness of multiple birds should call the sick bird hotline at 1-800-606-3056.