Behavioral responses of terrestrial mammals to COVID-19 lockdowns

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COVID-19 lockdowns in early 2020 reduced human mobility, providing an opportunity to disentangle its effects on animals from those of landscape modifications. Using GPS data, we compared movements and road avoidance of 2300 terrestrial mammals (43 species) during the lockdowns to the same period in 2019. Individual responses were variable with no change in average movements or road avoidance behavior, likely due to variable lockdown conditions. However, under strict lockdowns 10-day 95th percentile displacements increased by 73%, suggesting increased landscape permeability. Animals’ 1-hour 95th percentile displacements declined by 12% and animals were 36% closer to roads in areas of high human footprint, indicating reduced avoidance during lockdowns. Overall, lockdowns rapidly altered some spatial behaviors, highlighting variable but substantial impacts of human mobility on wildlife worldwide.

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ISO 690TUCKER, Marlee A., Aafke M. SCHIPPER, Tempe S. F. ADAMS, Nina ATTIAS, Tal AVGAR, Sarah C. DAVIDSON, Matthias-Claudio LORETTO, Rebekka MÜLLER, Diego ELLIS SOTO, Martin WIKELSKI, 2023. Behavioral responses of terrestrial mammals to COVID-19 lockdowns. In: Science. American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). 2023, 380(6649), pp. 1059-1064. ISSN 0036-8075. eISSN 1095-9203. Available under: doi: 10.1126/science.abo6499
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@article{Tucker2023-06-09Behav-67129,
  year={2023},
  doi={10.1126/science.abo6499},
  title={Behavioral responses of terrestrial mammals to COVID-19 lockdowns},
  number={6649},
  volume={380},
  issn={0036-8075},
  journal={Science},
  pages={1059--1064},
  author={Tucker, Marlee A. and Schipper, Aafke M. and Adams, Tempe S. F. and Attias, Nina and Avgar, Tal and Davidson, Sarah C. and Loretto, Matthias-Claudio and Müller, Rebekka and Ellis Soto, Diego and Wikelski, Martin}
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