Appendix S1. List of participants in field operations, coordination, and data management of this project.

Table S1. Summary of satellite-tracked birds equipped and considered in our study.

Table S2. Estimated maximum individual values of the maximum potential dispersal distance – Dmax.1, Dmax.4 and Dmax.8 (km) of HPAI H5N1 viruses for each species of satellite-tracked birds (n) for a min., mean and max. AID.

Table S3. Estimated mean (+/− SE) maximum potential dispersal distance – Dmax.1 and Dmax.8 (Km) of HPAI H5N1 viruses for each species of satellite-tracked birds (n) for a minimum and a maximum AID.

Table S4. Number of days per year of individual potential for dispersal of HPAI H5N1 virus over a distance >100 and >500 km estimated for each species of sedentary or nomadic (SN) birds for a mean AID.

Fig. S1. Maximum potential dispersal distance of HPAI H5N1 virus as a function of AID for long-distance migratory species during breeding–post breeding and non-breeding stages and for nomadic/sedentary species.

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