What’s Happening Across Days?

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This is a clustered bar chart titled,"What's Happening Across Days?" with date on the horizontal axis and percentage of clips on the vertical axis. There are two bars shown for each day, with the orange bar referring to the percentage of clips within a day with brooding and the blue bar referring to the percentage of clips within a day with feeding nestlings. There isn't a noticeable pattern and the percentage of clips with either situation seems to be relatively the same across the days.

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Reading the Graph: Do hawks do different things on different days? Is there a change as the days progress? 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,” and toggle on and off the different choices to see if you notice any patterns.

Notes: For each day, the height of the bars refer to the percentage of clips that have that situation in that day. The orange bars show the percentage of clips in which there was brooding and the blue bars show the percentage of clips in which there were adults feeding nestlings. “Brooding” and “Feeding Nestlings” were the most common situations at the nest, while the other ones happened much less frequently.

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