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cause disease in captive common ravens ( Corvus corax ). 7 The common raven is a large passerine, 1 of the 120 known species of the Corvidae family. These birds are commonly treated at wildlife rehabilitation centers for injuries or toxicosis. Stress

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anemia reflect dysfunction of any organ. 1 Treatment is generally protracted and expensive. Economic losses can be great in commercial breeding operations such as poultry production units or exotic breeding farms. Common ravens ( Corvus corax ) are one

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M , et al, eds. Ingestion of lead from spent ammunition: implications for wildlife and humans . Boise, Idaho : The Peregrine Fund , 2009 ; 341 – 349 . 24. Craighead D Bedrosian B . Blood lead levels of common ravens with access to big

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/338 1.5 Brown pelican (1), common murre (1), ruddy duck (1), surf scoter (1), and western grebe (1)   Campylobacter jejuni 23/338 6.8 American crow (7), American robin (1), bufflehead (1), common murre (4), common raven (1), green heron (1

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