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

Figure 6

Figure 6
Figure 6.  Movement data collected by Global Positioning System collar on breeding female wolf 850; locations once per 4 hours from 10 April-9 July 1997; central Minnesota. Lines connect sequential locations and show the movement pattern after pups were presumed born (compare with Figure 5). Stippled area represents forest. Dashed line represents Camp Ripley border. Location clusters indicate rendezvous sites.

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