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

Figure 2


Figure 2: Map of travel locations for male wolf 399.
Figure 2.  Locations of yearling male wolf 399 before and during an extraterritorial foray; location intervals once per 3 hours from 2 March 1998-27 July 1998; central Minnesota. The wolf commenced the foray on 31 May 1998 and returned on 27 July 1998, having spent about a month on both the outbound and inbound journeys. Lines connect 1,121 sequential locations and indicate direction of travel.

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