The bulk of our data is recorded on an interaction datasheet, where both hostile and friendly interactions between marked prairie dogs are coded along with the time the interaction was observed and the nearest burrow location. These datasheets also take data on nesting material, mound work, and alarm calls. You can learn more about how we code our data under CODING BEHAVIOR.
It's John's wish that these data may be useful to students and researchers alike. If you'd like to learn more about John's methodologies, you can visit our PURPOSE & METHODS page, and if you want to delve even deeper you can find John's methods in his published papers under PUBLICATIONS. Lastly, please feel free to use our CONTACT page if you have any questions about the data presented here.