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forage

[fär·ij]
(agriculture)
A vegetable food for domestic animals.
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To Van der Mije, the appetite for the foragers' dinner is part of a "culinary renaissance" in the region.
I am now looking at what gathering means to foragers in a modern world and seeking participants to take part in the research.
Bird species were then categorized according two behavioural groups: foraging strategy (bark foragers, flycatchers, foliage gleaners and ground foragers) and foraging stratum (intermediate + canopy, and understory) following Del Hoyo et al.
deserves legal primacy that protects both foragers and the lands upon
This could be a function of evolution; the foragers might see the chemicals of a new type of food they can collect during times of scarcity.
These foragers were nectar thieves and did not transfer pollen and hence were not the pollinators (Figure 1).
Clear line drawings are provided to assist foragers in accurate identification.
Instead, the November increase correlated with increased numbers of mite-bearing foragers captured at colony entrances.
In the colony, 25 percent of adult bees are foragers (Dreller et al.
Some of the most hard-core mushroom foragers stay on the freeway until the outskirts of P-town, whereupon they veer off to the north, heading for the Municipal Airport and Race Point.
The Big Sur Foragers Festival may have changed the location of its annual Grand Chef Dinner for 2017, but the events culinary star power remains intact.