Data from: Linking GPS telemetry surveys and scat analyses helps explain variability in black bear foraging strategies

Lesmerises R, Rebouillat L, Dussault C, St-Laurent M

Date Published: July 2, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.75r70

 

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Description This dataset includes 1) the content of 139 fecal pellets found in 71 sites visited by 20 black bears collared with GPS/Argos telemetry devices, 2) black bear individual characteristics (age, sex, status) as well as 3) the proportion of different habitat types found in Brownian bridge ellipses covering the area potentially visited by bears in the hours preceding feces excretion, We used this dataset to link habitats that were visited to feces content and contrasted the foraging stratégies between groups of bears of similar age/sex/status.
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Lesmerises R, Rebouillat L, Dussault C, St-Laurent M (2015) Linking GPS telemetry surveys and scat analyses helps explain variability in black bear foraging strategies. PLOS ONE 10(7): e0129857. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0129857

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Lesmerises R, Rebouillat L, Dussault C, St-Laurent M (2015) Data from: Linking GPS telemetry surveys and scat analyses helps explain variability in black bear foraging strategies. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.75r70
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