Surveys: West Nile virus devastated crows, robins, other birds in suburbia

Birds that once flourished in suburban skies, including robins, bluebirds and crows, have been devastated by West Nile Virus, a new study found. <p>In some places, such as Maryland, crow loss was at 45 percent, and around Baltimore and Washington, 90 percent of the crows were gone.

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