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The Usefulness of GPS Telemetry to Study Wolf Circadian and Social Activity

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Figure 1: Bar graphs a, b, c, and d.
Figure 1.  Activity (mean distance between locations) plots for all wolves studied, except male 399 (see Figure 3a); central Minnesota. a) Breeding female 850 (319 1 hour intervals, 20 February-8 March 1997). b) yearling male 840 (646 30 minute intervals pooled per hour, 20 February-14 March 1997). c) female pup 860 (252 1 hour intervals, 20 February-10 March 1997). d) male pup 820 (1,358 15 minute intervals pooled per hour, 21 February-13 March 1997).

Figure 1: Bar graphs e, f, g, and h.
Figure 1 (continued).  Activity (mean distance between locations) plots for all wolves studied, except male 399 (see Figure 3a); central Minnesota. e) breeding male 133 (385 3 hour intervals, 31 January-9 July 1998). f) yearling female 229 (351 3 hour intervals, 31 January-18 June 1998). g) breeding male 627 (552 3 hour intervals, 3 February-17 June 1998). h) breeding female 134 (217 3 hour intervals, 14 September-15 November 1998).

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