Collared sambar ramblings.

John Gryphon

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The country this pic details is as rough as anywhere can be,it is very HD. The pic shows the wanderings of some sambar deer in the study,these are not stay at home deer as can be seen which is another reason that makes them hard to find. sambar ramblings.png anther reason the an
 

Loki

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Hi John

They sure like wandering/walking!
A link to the study would be interesting please (did Googlie but not clear which one relates to this research)?

L

PS - dont suppose your neck of the woods and batteries on collars still working.........
 

John Gryphon

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Hi John

They sure like wandering/walking!
A link to the study would be interesting please (did Googlie but not clear which one relates to this research)?

L

PS - dont suppose your neck of the woods and batteries on collars still working.........
The study is not complete and actually out for us as yet Loki.
 

g.u.y

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Old mate in yellow covered some ground. I’d be keen to see the rest of that study too
 

Ooops

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Sorry John that should have read "how many days are covered by the tracks?"

"The team was able to achieve their target of placing collars on 10 deer in the second week"
Yes and I interpreted that as saying it took us some where around fourteen days to fit a total of 10 collars.
I see no mention of the duration that the tracks represent
No worries, a minor detail in the big scheme of things
 

Ooops

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A bit more.

too kin late pal, the dummies been spat & teddy's on the the other side of the room without his arms & legs :rofl:
 
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