Data from: Macroecology of birds potentially susceptible to the West Nile Virus

María J. Tolsá, Gabriel E. García-Peña, Oscar Rico-Chavez, Benjamin Roche & Gerardo Suzán
Zoonotic diseases transmitted by wildlife affect biological conservation, public and animal health, and the economy. Current research efforts are aimed at finding wildlife pathogens at a given location. However, a meta-analytical approach may reveal emerging macroecological patterns in the host-pathogen relationship at different temporal and spatial scales. West Nile Virus (WNV) is a pathogen with worldwide detrimental impacts on bird populations. To understand macroecological patterns driving WNV infection, we aimed to recognise unknown competent reservoirs...
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