nesting habits

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  • Both species typically breed in small groups, but their nesting habits are quite different.
  • Being a rare bird, nothing is known yet about its behaviour and nesting habits.
  • Much like their nesting habits, what they eat is contingent on the season.
  • This work on European and non-European birds gives brief descriptions of range and nesting habits.
  • Insects will cause damage not only through their feeding habits but their tracks, tunnel and nesting habits may also cause damage.
  • The banded martin, unlike the other members of its genus, is not colonial in its nesting habits.
  • It is a poorly known species due to its remote nesting habits, and it has not been extensively studied at sea either.
  • Young are attended to by both sexes, but incubation period and other nesting habits are mostly unknown.
  • The nesting habits of this species are similar to those of their sea turtle kindred.
  • It would be a mistake to think that the widely different nesting habits I have mentioned are found in different genera. Cited from The Naturalist in La Plata, by W. H. Hudson
  • Due to its possibly ground-nesting habits it was an easy prey for the mongooses.
  • It should be mentioned that the nesting habits of only about fifteen out of the sixty-five species comprised in this genus are known to us. Cited from The Naturalist in La Plata, by W. H. Hudson
  • Dick spent his off-seasons writing poetry and traveled as far west as the Yukon to study the nesting habits of birds.
  • The brown-throated martin is colonial in its nesting habits, with many pairs breeding close together, according to available space.
  • Its nesting habits are discussed, along with the eventual birth of its young, which cling to their mother's back.
  • She goes to see the American consul and asks about the nesting habits of American robins.
  • Detailed observations on its nesting habits are nearly non-existent however.
  • The breeding behaviour and nesting habits of the two species of sugarbird are very similar.
  • The sand martin is sociable in its nesting habits; from a dozen to many hundred pairs will nest close together, according to available space.
  • Like their nesting habits, their feeding habits are not fully know, but they are said to be predators of termites.
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