How does vocalizing change by day?

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A stacked bar chart with date increasing along the horizontal axis from 05/22 to 06/13 and the total number of vocalizations increasing along the vertical axis from 0 to 70. There are three different colored bars representing different time periods of the day: morning, midday, and evening. There are under 20 vocalizations a day until June 4th, where it spikes to almost 40 vocalizations and reaches a max of almost 70 vocalizations on June 13th.

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Reading the Graph: When are there the most vocalizations? Is there variation day to day? How does the number of vocalizations change as the days advance and the nestling get older? Find out and see if you notice any other patterns by simplifying the graph with the interactive feature. Look for the checked boxes under “Choose What to Display,” to toggle on and off the different choices.

Notes: For each day, the height of the bars refers to the total number of vocalizations for that day during daylight hours (5:00 A.M. – 9:00 P.M.). The different colors refer to time periods during the day (morning = 5:00 A.M. – 10:00 A.M., midday = 10:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M., evening = 4:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M.). Also, keep in mind that some days and periods of the day were better covered by participants than others. See what the time watched data look like here and consider how it might affect the patterns observed in this visualization.