Who is There in Bad Weather?

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This is a stacked bar chart titled, "Who is There in Bad Weather?" with species labeled on the horizontal axis and the percentage of clips on the vertical axis. The green bars refer to the percentage of clips where there was precipitation, the orange bars refer to the percentage of clips where there was no precipitation, and the blue bars refer to the percentage of clips where there was no agreement on whether it was precipitating or not. According to the graph, it looks like the House Finch, European Starling, Northern Cardinal, and Chipping Sparrow had the highest percentage of clips with precipitation.

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Reading the Graph: When it’s raining or snowing, which species are at the feeder? Do we see some species at the feeder more often when the weather is bad? Toggle on and off the different data sets and look at the height of the bars for each species. The green bars show the percentage of clips with precipitation (i.e. rain or snow). The orange bars show the percentage of clips with no precipitation, and the blue bars show the percentage of clips where there was no agreement on whether it was precipitating or not.

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