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This Feature Layer depicts the approximate location of reported dead birds that were tested positive for West Nile Virus.Birds in the corvid family (crows, jays and magpies) are particularly susceptible to west nile virus and as such, make excellent early warning sentinels for west nile virus in our community. Tracking the time and location of dead bird reports helps the health department's vector control program plan and direct their control efforts to prevent potential human cases. If you see a dead bird that is less than 24 hours old and is still intact please call1-877-wnv-bird (1-877-968-2473) or Report Online.

Dataset Attributes

  • Shape
    Number
  • AREA
    Number
    2791107.27726 to 945029823.47443
  • PERIMETER
    Number
    6865.70404 to 357340.26381
  • WESTNILECN
    Number
    2 to 9
  • WESTNILE_1
    Number
    1 to 8
  • DISTRICT
    Text
    {"value"=>"GREATER LOS ANGELES COUNTY VECTOR CONTROL DISTRICT", "count"=>6} (), {"value"=>"LONG BEACH HEALTH DEPT-VECTOR CONTROL PROGRAM", "count"=>1} (), {"value"=>"COMPTON MOSQUITO ABATEMENT DISTRICT", "count"=>1} ()
  • ABBREVIATI
    Text
    {"value"=>"GLACVCD", "count"=>6} (), {"value"=>"LBHDVCP", "count"=>1} (), {"value"=>"CMAD", "count"=>1} ()
  • OBJECTID
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  • Shape_Length
    Number
  • Shape_Area
    Number

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  • By on January 7, 2017
  • Updated 10 months ago

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