nesting birds

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  • This makes the area very successful for many species of ground-nesting birds.
  • The nesting bird population is also noted for its great numbers and diversity.
  • What she would tell him that evening would be whispered so low that not even the nesting birds could hear. Cited from The Secret of the Storm Country, by Grace Miller White
  • They have been shown to cause a significant impact on ground nesting birds and small native mammals.
  • With other endemic bird species this ground-nesting bird became extinct within six years.
  • It should be remembered that hole-nesting birds are the only kind that will ever use a bird box. Cited from The Bird Study Book, by Thomas Gilbert Pearson
  • Nothing is known about its ecology but it is probably a ground-nesting bird.
  • Many nesting birds and water fowl make their homes in and along the length of the river.
  • It does, however, also eat other animals, such as small rodents and young of ground-nesting birds.
  • Many nesting birds rely on them for food especially in the months of February and March.
  • Visitors should take care not to disturb nesting birds while walking on the beach.
  • The black snake, that horror of all low-nesting birds, will never climb so high. Cited from Ways of Wood Folk, by William J. Long
  • There are about 40 nesting bird species, but no rare species are present.
  • These islands are used mainly by nesting birds.
  • They are crisscrossed by a number of stone walls that provide some shelter for nesting birds.
  • Islets with many nesting birds should only be visited in autumn and winter.
  • He is very destructive to eggs and young of ground-nesting birds. Cited from The Burgess Animal Book for Children, by Burgess 2
  • Ground nesting birds have also been greatly affected.
  • They are closed to the public from mid-February to mid-July to avoid disturbing nesting birds.
  • I have seen insects and nesting birds find a safety in their shelter, unknown to their kind that home elsewhere. Cited from Moths of the Limberlost, Gene Stratton-Porter
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