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GPS tracking data of Western marsh harriers breeding in Belgium and the Netherlands
Milotic, T.; Desmet, P.; Anselin, A.; De Bruyn, L.; De Regge, N.; Janssens, K.; Klaassen, R.; Koks, B.; Schaub, T.; Schlaich, A.; Spanoghe, G.; T’Jollyn, F.; Vanoverbeke, J.; Bouten, W. (2020). GPS tracking data of Western marsh harriers breeding in Belgium and the Netherlands. ZooKeys 947: 143-155.
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    Circus aeruginosus (Linnaeus, 1758) [WoRMS]; Circus aeruginosus (Linnaeus, 1758) [WoRMS]
Author keywords
    Animal movement, bird tracking, biologging, Circus aeruginosus, GPS tracking, habitat use, LifeWatch, machine observation, migration data, Movebank, UvA-BiTS

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  • Janssens, K., meer
  • Klaassen, R.
  • Koks, B.
  • Schaub, T.
  • Schlaich, A.
  • Spanoghe, G., meer
  • T’Jollyn, F., meer
  • Vanoverbeke, J., meer
  • Bouten, W.

    In this data paper three datasets are described containing GPS tracking and acceleration data of Western marsh harriers (Circus aeruginosus) breeding in Belgium and the Netherlands. The Western marsh harrier is included as a threatened bird species in Annex I of the European Bird Directive due to the steep decline in population densities. In order to collect data of habitat use and migration behaviour, Western marsh harriers were equipped with light-weight solar powered GPS trackers developed by the Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics (IBED) at the University of Amsterdam (University of Amsterdam Bird Tracking System, UvA-BiTS). These trackers automatically collect and store data on the bird’s activity and 3D position in time and transmit these data to ground stations.

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