Wisconsin Agriculture officials are hoping to stop the spread of avian flu by quarantining the movement of all domestic birds in the state. The new ban is more severe than the one issued last month. That one only applied to poultry. The new one includes pet birds and game birds for hunting. The state D-A-T-C-P reminds all bird owners and farmers to practice good biosecurity and prevent the transfer of germs between their birds and wild birds. The ban will remain in place until 30 days after the last detection of avian flu.