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Using Dynamic Brownian Bridge Movement Modelling to Measure Temporal Patterns of Habitat Selection

We used an innovative way of estimating how turkeys use their environment, and found that these movement models could allow researchers to describe fine-scale patterns of habitat use.  We used the models to determine the date that a hen initiated laying, which had not been published previously, as well as when she was most likely to visit the nest to lay an egg.  Our findings suggest that use of dynamic Brownian bridge models have important implications to folks wanting to study wild turkeys behaviors.

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