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Volume 10, Number 12—December 2004

Research

West Nile Virus Outbreak in North American Owls, Ontario, 2002

Ady Y. Gancz*Comments to Author , Ian K. Barker*, Robbin Lindsay†, Antonia Dibernardo†, Katherine McKeever‡, and Bruce Hunter*
Author affiliations: *University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada; †Health Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; ‡Owl Foundation, Vineland, Ontario, Canada

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A) Dead corvid (family Corvidae) sightings at the Niagara region, July 5–October 4, 2002, and B) daily death rates at the Owl Foundation during the same period. 1) First WNV-positive crow 2) and first and 3) last WNV-related deaths at the Owl Foundation are shown.

Figure 1. A) Dead corvid (family Corvidae) sightings at the Niagara region, July 5–October 4, 2002, and B) daily death rates at the Owl Foundation during the same period. 1) First WNV-positive crow 2) and first and 3) last WNV-related deaths at the Owl Foundation are shown.

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