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waterfowl ecology and avian influenza in california: do host traits inform us about viral occurrence?we examined whether host traits influenced the occurrence of avian influenza virus (aiv) in anatidae (ducks, geese, swans) at wintering sites in california's central valley. in total, 3487 individuals were sampled at sacramento national wildlife refuge and conaway ranch duck club during the hunting season of 2007-08. of the 19 anatidae species sampled, prevalence was highest in the northern shoveler (5.09%), followed by the ring-necked duck (2.63%), american wigeon (2.57%), bufflehead (2.50%), g ...201020521673
influenza a viruses in wild birds of the pacific flyway, 2005-2008.avian influenza viruses (aivs) pose a significant threat to public health, and viral subtypes circulating in natural avian reservoirs can contribute to the emergence of pathogenic influenza viruses in humans. we investigated the prevalence and distribution of aivs in 8826 migratory and resident wild birds in north america along the pacific flyway, which is a major north-south migration pathway that overlaps with four other flyways in alaska providing opportunities for mixing of eurasian and amer ...201020059316
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