A cross-sectional analytical study collected data from 200 people at high risk of infection
(occupational people) with avian influenza virus through interviewing questionnaire to evaluate
knowledge, practice, and attitude about and toward avian influenza disease. The main source of
information was television (99.5%) The majority of the studied group had knowledge score of
moderate level and demonstrated bad practice (52 %) and (75.5%) respectively, while (54%) had
negative attitude. Only (19.5%) follow the preventive measures when dealing with birds. Level of
education has a significant effect on improving the information and change the behavior of the studied