feeding ground


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feeding ground

[′fēd·iŋ ‚grau̇nd]
(hydrology)
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But we need to pay due attention to the first class players as well as they are the feeding ground.
A gigantic group of Pacific walruses, foiled from reaching prime feeding grounds by missing ice, gathered September 23 near Point Lay, Alaska, on the shore of the Chukchi Sea.
In the last decade, however, seroprevalence in some non-feeding ground elk herds has increased to levels similar to those of feeding ground herds, suggesting that brucellosis is now self-sustaining in these populations (11).
Conducted by the Wild Bird Society of Japan in the Tsurui Village of Hokkaido, Japan, Fujitsu's role is to help enhance the accuracy and efficiency of the conservation research by installing multi-sensing units, which will enable remote monitoring of the Japanese cranes and the collection of video data, in natural feeding ground locations established by the Wild Bird Society of Japan.
4 -- Through our kitchen window in our house, in Riyadh, we get a perfect view of a triangular shaped bare land below us, which has become a feeding ground for pigeons and cats.
There really were no negative effects of feeding ground beef from the pasture-fed cattle," says Dr.
Huge ships passing through their feeding ground collide with these mammoths: adults grow up to 18 metres long and 100 tonnes in weight.
The strait, where tidal mud flats are an important feeding ground for birds, was closed to all vessels.
Some plants are so heartily productive that they leave a feeding ground for vermin and other pests (like wasps) if you cannot keep up with the harvest.
That seaweed is slowly covering a vital feeding ground for the rare seabirds that give Teesside its environmentally important status.
Even a compost heap can be home to invertebrates and other animals, as well as a rich feeding ground for birds and beetles.