How Baboons Move as One

On this map, we show the GPS tracks of 25 baboons from a troop of 46 near the Mpala Research Centre in Kenya over a four-week period. From these meandering loops, we can see where they foraged. We can see the wide berth they gave villagers. We can se...


The Albatrosses Circling Antarctica

On this map, we show the light logger tracks of two grey-headed albatrosses tagged by the British Antarctic Survey in 1999. One (turquoise) made a trip from South Georgia to the Indian Ocean and back; the other (red) followed polar winds round the en...


The Jaguars Taking Selfies

On this map, we show a grid of 89 camera traps that Mathias Tobler (San Diego Zoo Global) used to detect jaguars in the Peruvian Amazon. Yellow circles indicate the number of jaguar sightings at each camera; blue contours show the extent of individua...


The Warblers Who Dodged Tornadoes

Here we show the light logger locations of five golden-winged warblers between 27 April and 2 May 2014. That same week, a tornado outbreak swept across the southeastern United States. When Henry Streby, a postdoctoral fellow with the University of Te...


The Crocodiles Best Left Alone

On this map, we show the GPS tracks of five saltwater crocodiles on Australia’s Cape York Peninsula. Craig Franklin and his team at the Steve Irwin Wildlife Reserve hope their tracking efforts will help people see how to coexist safely with crocodi...