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forage

[fär·ij]
(agriculture)
A vegetable food for domestic animals.
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Boreal Chickadees foraged in only three conifer tree species with 76% of total foraging in black spruce.
Fergus Drennan is one of the UK's leading foragers and is planning to spend all of 2013 living solely on foraged food.
Modern proponents of foraged food include the American outdoorsman Euell Gibbons (1911 - 1975).
Afternoon break for guests to refresh at the hotel before meeting back at Simi where all are invited to dig into the foraged provisions to prepare for the great pizza cook-off and feast.
Annually and during the breeding season, RCWs foraged more frequently on pines than hardwoods (Table 3).
INGREDIENTS For the hake: 4 fillets of hake 4 leaves of foraged goosetongue 4 leaves of foraged sandwort 3 leaves of foraged fat hen 3 leaves of foraged sea purslane 100g foraged samphire Taste of the sea emulsion (below) Baby comber potatoes For the Taste Of The Sea Emulsion: 63g carrots, peeled and finely sliced 63g onions, finely sliced 38g fennel, finely sliced 25g shallots, finely sliced 2.
Birds in pairs foraged leapfrog style, and not more than a few shrubs distant from one another.
some guilds foraged significantly more in one habitat; whereas others performed other activities; Table 2).
The investigators found that, in general, groups of robots foraged more efficiently and maintained higher levels of total energy than any single robot did.
Via (1979) reported Eastern Phoebes foraged from the greatest diversity of substrates compared to seven coexisting flycatcher species, initiating foraging movements from the lower-outer portions of trees, manmade structures, annual herbs, and from the ground; Verbeek (1975a) reported similar behavior for Black Phoebes.