nesting habitat

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  • Critical nesting habitats are now being protected to help the population during its breeding season.
  • For example, they may consume different food resources or use different nesting habitat or materials.
  • Quality of nesting habitat surrounding the lek is the single most important factor in population success.
  • These areas were chosen because of their prime condor nesting habitat.
  • An important conservation need is to maintain nesting habitat in production forests.
  • Eustrongylides species are also found in nesting habitats of birds including areas with a low tree understory.
  • To present knowledge Arundo does not provide any food sources or nesting habitats for wildlife.
  • Adequate protection for the turtle's nesting habitat continues to remain a critical question.
  • Its ground-nesting habitats had been severely disrupted by introduced species and colonists had killed the birds for food.
  • The number of nesting brown pelicans has substantially increased despite loss of nesting habitat.
  • A huge number of bird species utilize the trees and shrubs for food, cover, and nesting habitat.
  • While no longer a nesting habitat, sea turtles are still commonly sighted in the surrounding reef.
  • In Japan, there is little proper nesting habitat and the local breeding population is close to the saturation point.
  • They cause damage to plants which provide food for other waterfowl and they outcompete native waterfowl for nesting habitat.
  • The natural nesting habitat is under ledges on cliff faces or river banks, but man-made structures are readily used.
  • The western bay of the lake provides rare nesting habitat for Franklin's Gulls.
  • The island provides roosting and nesting habitat for a variety of sea and shorebird species.
  • The coastal areas provide important sea turtle nesting habitat.
  • Loss of nesting habitat has caused populations to decline.
  • Introduced plants have also altered and restricted the nesting habitat.
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