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an outbreak of fowl cholera in waterfowl on the chesapeake bay.an outbreak of fowl cholera (pasteurella multocida infection) occurred in waterfowl wintering on the chesapeake bay during february to march 1970. losses were primarily confined to sea ducks: oldsquaws (clangula hyemalis), white-winged scoters (melanitta deglandi), goldeneyes (bucephala clangula), and buffleheads (bucephala albeola).197016512146
the 1978 epornitic of avian cholera on the chesapeake bay.in an outbreak of avian cholera (pasteurella multocida infection) in wildfowl on and around chesapeake bay during march and april of 1978, 31,295 carcasses were retrieved from maryland and virginia. although other birds were involved, mortality was heavy among diving ducks (90% of the total), especially oldsquaw ducks (80% of the total). this is the second outbreak involving primarily diving ducks to be reported from this area of the atlantic flyway. it mimics in many respects the epornitic that ...1979546415
avian cholera hits chesapeake bay. 19948014074
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