Flamingos in lockdown at Sacramento Zoo, fear of bird flu with three confirmed cases in Northern California

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife confirmed three positive cases of bird flu have been detected in wild birds in Northern California. The three cases are in Glenn and Colusa counties. Despite the cases being 90 miles away from Sacramento, the bird team at the Sacramento Zoo flew into action to move flamingos and other birds to safety. "The first thing I look for are the flamingos," said Jessica Bailey of Redding.