Variation in behavior drives multiscale responses to habitat conditions in timber rattlesnakes (Crotalus horridus)

Andrew Hoffman, Annalee Tutterow, Meaghan Gade, Bryce Adams & William Peterman
Variations in both the behavior of wildlife and the scale at which the environment most influences the space use of wild animals (i.e., scale of effect) are critical, but often overlooked in habitat selection modeling. Ecologists have proposed that biological responses happening over longer time frames are influenced by environmental variables at larger spatial scales, but this has rarely been empirically tested. Here, we hypothesized that long-term patterns of behavior (i.e., lasting multiple weeks to...
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