GPS tracks and behaviour detection of chick-rearing streaked shearwaters at Funakoshi Oshima Island, Japan, 2018 & 2019

Aran Garrod, Sei Yamamoto, Kentaro Sakamoto & Katsufumi Sato
The study of seabird behaviour has largely relied on animal-borne tags to gather information, requiring interpretation to estimate at-sea behaviours. Details of shallow-diving birds’ foraging are less known than deep-diving species due to difficulty in identifying shallow dives from biologging devices. Development of smaller video loggers allow a direct view of these birds’ behaviours, at the cost of short battery life. However, recordings from video loggers combined with relatively low power usage accelerometers give a...
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