Data from: The effects of tourist and boat traffic on parrot geophagy in lowland Peru

Lee ATK, Marsden SJ, Tatum-Hume E, Brightsmith DJ

Date Published: January 3, 2017

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.c8s05

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Title Tourist flush response in relation to disturbance source
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Description This .csv file is a spreadsheet that contains data used to examine the influence of various disturbance sources (reason) at a number of parrot claylicks (Colpa). Various date columns exist: date year month; as well as time hour; if the data was pre or post 8am: earlylate; the time tourists or other disturbance departed depart (but incomplete and so not used); and the antipredatory response from birds perched either in the trees or on the colpa. This is ranked from 0 (no response) to 5 (maximum disturbance response). The number of tourists is recorded if known: number
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Title Counts of animals observed on riverside claylicks
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Description .csv file of counts conducted every 5 minutes of animals using riverside geophagy sites in southeastern Peru. See Readme for more.
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Lee ATK, Marsden SJ, Tatum-Hume E, Brightsmith DJ (2017) The effects of tourist and boat traffic on parrot geophagy in lowland Peru. Biotropica 49(5): 716-725. https://doi.org/10.1111/btp.12426

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Lee ATK, Marsden SJ, Tatum-Hume E, Brightsmith DJ (2017) Data from: The effects of tourist and boat traffic on parrot geophagy in lowland Peru. Dryad Digital Repository. https://doi.org/10.5061/dryad.c8s05
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