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Volume 10, Number 4—April 2004

West Nile Virus and High Death Rate in American Crows

Sarah A. Yaremych*Comments to Author , Richard E. Warner*, Phil C. Mankin*, Jeff D. Brawn*, Arlo Raim†, and Robert Novak†
Author affiliations: *University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois, USA; †Illinois Natural History Survey, Champaign, Illinois, USA

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Details of the five seropositive crows captured in east-central Illinois, 2002a

ID Bleeding date Age class Fate
26 April
Radio-tracked, molted transmitter 19 June
5 June
Radio-tracked, died and negative for WNV 18 June
9 July
Radio-tracked, dead and positive for WNV 3 September
1 August
Not radio-tracked
228 30 August Hatch-year Not radio-tracked

aWNV, West Nile virus

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