Clinical, post-mortem and histological findings are described for an African fish eagle (Haliaeetus vocifer), which was naturally infected with acid-fast organisms. In addition to this infection, there was an invasion of the air sacs and, to a lesser extent the lungs, by an Aspergillus sp. The predominant clinical sign was dyspnoea and there were acid-fast organisms in lesions in the liver and kidney in addition to the respiratory tract.
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