This is the latest on bird flu across the county as the UK continues to be impacted by the disease.
A ten kilometre highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) bird flu surveillance zone is in place for Billingshurst.
A three kilometre protection zone is in place for the area following the culling of birds at a commercial poultry farm on October 18 last year.
Birds were culled near Arundel at the end of November, as well near Horley on December 21.
These both have three kilometre controlled monitoring zones.
In June, there were protection zones around Bexhill and Battle.
Norfolk is the worst affected county in the UK currently with dozens of controlled zones.
It comes as reports emerged of a “silent spring” of wildlife destruction due to the amount of wild birds dying from avian flu.
James Pearce-Higgins, director of science at the British Trust for Ornithology, told The Guardian that it has been the biggest losses of birds in the UK since the impact of insecticide DDT during the 1950s and 1960s.
The World Organisation for Animal Health estimates that more than 50,000 wild birds have died of the disease since October 2021.
However, experts say this is likely to be an underestimate, with bird deaths estimated to be in the hundreds of thousands.