Table 6. Most important families (% of the total shared community between domestic and waterfowl compartment in birds observed)) participating to the epidemiological interaction defined as domestic risk (DR) between the waterfowl and each of the 3 domestic compartments during peak risk period; in the last column, the most representative species of these families (% of the number of birds observed for this family)

Intensive Poutlry November Peak Mars Peak Representative Species
Ploceidae 30,30% 31,80% Red-billed quelea (77%)
Estrilidae 21,80% 18,60% Bronze mannikin (50%)
Hirundidae 8,50% 0,00% Barn swallow (90%)
Ardeidae 0,00% 10,60% Cattle egret (85%)
Total 60,60% 61,00%



Backyard Poultry May Peak Mars Peak Representative Species
Ploceidae 33,40% 34,80% Red-billed quelea (89%)
Estrilidae 13,50% 13,10% Bronze mannikin (52%)
Ardeidae 11,50% 21,10% Cattle egret (97%)
Total 58,40% 69,00%



Ostrich Farm November Peak Mars Peak Representative Species
Hirundidae 38,30% 0,00% Barn swallow (99%)
Estrilidae 15,90% 9,30% Bronze mannikin (60%)
Ploceidae 11,20% 57,50% Red-billed quelea (80%)
Columbidae 0,00% 5,80% Cape Turtle Dove (76%)
Total 65,40% 72,60%