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bird sanctuary:

see wildlife refugewildlife refuge,
haven or sanctuary for animals; an area of land or of land and water set aside and maintained, usually by government or private organization, for the preservation and protection of one or more species of wildlife. Types of Refuges

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Leny Manalo, former chief of staff of Pelayo, said, 'While the bird count for the Asian Waterbird Census this year was the lowest since 2005, the main bird sanctuary in Simang, Vizal San Pablo, Candaba remained a wild-bird photographers' delight.
This would be the second such zone after Sultanpur national park and bird sanctuary with specialty in providing natural habitats for migratory and
In DE-z's petition are also his recommendations on how to improve the natural habitat and wildlife in the bird sanctuary.
5km from the Karnala Bird Sanctuary even though, as per environmental norms, any industry within a radius of 10km from a wildlife habitat requires specific permission," said Nicholas Almeida, an activist from the Foundation.
The Lluesty Bird Sanctuary in Holywell, Flintshire, was sold to the town council for the nominal sum in July 2010.
Even if the bird sanctuary is removed and the area reclaimed, are you sure the birds will no longer go there?
It will be developed into a garden that reflects botanical water garden with green walkways, bird sanctuary, green fields and a food court.
The bus driver also runs a bird sanctuary from his home (inset)
Situated across the street from affiliate Animal General, the 800 s/f location will be the first and only wild bird sanctuary in New York City.
It has a densely forested bird sanctuary and also, a fort.
The Farm Animal and Bird Sanctuary Trust in Tardebigge near Bromsgrove took in the 250 sheep and has brought them back to health.
PARROTS baffled owners of a bird sanctuary - by speaking in Doric.