nesting ground

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  • But it is not often this song is heard south of his nesting grounds. Cited from Bird Neighbors, by Neltje Blanchan
  • In March and April, they begin their long spring journey back to their northern nesting grounds.
  • Charles Island is also a part of the park and is a protected bird nesting ground.
  • On the nesting grounds, these birds mainly eat insects and some plant material.
  • Others pass through on their way to breeding and nesting grounds elsewhere in the state.
  • Visitors should not take dogs and should avoid the nesting grounds during the breeding season.
  • The nesting ground is a large flat river plain, larger than 3 football fields.
  • The trees provide a feeding and nesting ground for many birds.
  • The best feeding ground of sea turtles may not be the best nesting ground for them.
  • The pterosaurs all launch off and fly away to get to new nesting grounds.
  • The latter is an important turtle nesting ground, especially from December to February.
  • Soon, the herd reaches the nesting ground where the story began, and lay their eggs.
  • Trout Lake is a popular swimming location and nesting ground to many species of bird.
  • For example, jackrabbits living in the same area compete for food and nesting grounds.
  • Birds are abundant in the natural area, as the various communities provide feeding and nesting grounds for many species.
  • Nesting grounds are found all along the Mexican coast.
  • With the dusk a strange bird came to the island from its nesting grounds on the outer banks.
  • On the nesting grounds, these birds mainly eat insects and some seeds.
  • Nearby Long Beach is an important nesting ground for the giant Green turtle.
  • The area around Bahia de los Angeles provides nesting grounds for many species of sea turtles.
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