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

Figure 3

Figure 3: Two bar graphs, 3a (top) and 3b (bottom).
Figure 3.  a) Mean distance between successive location attempt intervals versus time of day for Global Positioning System (GPS) collared male wolf 399 prior to an extraterritorial foray; locations once per 3 hours (from 3 February-27 July 98; central Minnesota). b) Mean distance between successive GPS location intervals versus time of day for breeding female wolf 850 before, during, and after bearing pups; locations once per 4 hours (from 20 February-9 March 1997, 10 April-24 May 1997, and 25 May-9 July 1997 central Minnesota).

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