Data from: Mesopredators change temporal activity in response to a recolonizing apex predator

Carolyn R. Shores, Justin A. Dellinger, Eric S. Newkirk, Shannon M. Kachel & Aaron J. Wirsing
Apex predators can influence ecosystems through density and behaviorally mediated effects on herbivores and mesopredators. In many parts of the world, apex predators live in, or are returning to, landscapes that have been modified by people, so it is important to understand their ecological role in anthropogenic landscapes. We used motion-activated game cameras to compare the activity patterns of humans and two mesopredators, coyotes (Canis latrans) and bobcats (Lynx rufus), in areas with and without...
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