Data from: Study "NC Wood Stork Tracking"

Schweitzer S, Bryan AL, Brzorad J, Kays R. 2023. Data from: Study "NC Wood Stork Tracking". Movebank Data Repository.
We tracked two wood storks (Mycteria americana) from a breeding site in North Carolina, documenting their migrations to southern Florida. This is one of the northernmost breeding grounds for the species. Dice was tracked with a GPS/GSM/ACC tag from e-obs GmbH, and Mr Lay was tracked with a GSM-GPS tag from Microwave Telemetry Inc. Duplicates and location outliers were flagged in Movebank by manually flagging visible outliers and then using filters. First, the duplicate filter was used to flag multiple records records with matching tag ID and timestamp, with a preference to retain "eobs:status" values in the following order: A, B, C, D, blank. Second, the speed filter was run using maximum plausible speed of 50 m/s and maximum location error 100 m, using the "longest consistent track" method.
Mycteria americana,animal movement,animal tracking,avian migration,bio-logging,GPS logger,GSM telemetry,wood stork
Mycteria americana
Wood Stork
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  title = {Data from: Study "NC Wood Stork Tracking"},
  author = {Schweitzer, S and Bryan, AL and Brzorad, J and Kays, R},
  year = {2023},
  URL = {},
  doi = {doi:10.5441/001/1.303},
  publisher = {Movebank data repository}
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T1  - Data from: Study "NC Wood Stork Tracking"
AU  - Schweitzer, Sara
AU  - Bryan, A. Lawrence, Jr.
AU  - Brzorad, John
AU  - Kays, Roland
Y1  - 2023/12/23
KW  - Mycteria americana
KW  - accelerometer
KW  - animal movement
KW  - animal tracking
KW  - avian migration
KW  - bio-logging
KW  - GPS logger
KW  - GSM telemetry
KW  - wood stork
KW  - Mycteria americana
PB  - Movebank data repository
UR  -
DO  - doi:10.5441/001/1.303
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