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heronry

a colony of breeding herons
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A useful dual-purpose performer for Nicky Henderson in previous seasons, Heronry made an inauspicious start for Jamie Snowden when pulled up on his debut for the yard at Wincanton on Boxing Day.
The heronry of Ichkeul is located at the mouth of Oued Sejnene which is a flooded zone.
Pete Wood, 31, of Penmaenmawr, is a local authority planning officer MARCH GREY HERON, BY ADRIAN FOSTER A heronry has been established at Benarth Woods, close to the reserve, for several centuries, and the adults regularly hunt for fish and frogs along the river edge and in the freshwater lagoons.
All he has to do is work out from a water source, from a creek or river, back to the tall trees at the edge of the marshlands, and there will often be hundreds of nests in one heronry.
DROP in on some of the UK's largest, most majestic birds as they begin their annual courtship and nest-building at the St Albans heronry in Herts.
The snail was taken during the summer of 1938 from the trunk of a cypress tree in a heronry located on the west central side of the Lake and known to local residents as "Cranetown" (Fig.
The team plans to broadcast live pictures from the reserve's heronry of nesting grey herons and little egrets.
And the night herons brood in their heronry like yoga masters,
This code applies to vultures or raptors flying over, to ducks summering on an urban pond with no breeding habitat, or a heron foraging when no heronry exists in the block.
Should John Kerry become president, Darryl Francis footnotes "Transdeleted and Transadded Presidents" in the February 2004 issue with heronry (Webster's Third) as a transdeletion and Joseph Rudyard Kipling as a transaddition of JOHN KERRY.
enjoy close-up views of the chicks, which had just hatched in the heronry.