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forage

[fär·ij]
(agriculture)
A vegetable food for domestic animals.
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Number of dowitchers observed foraging and engaged in other behaviors was significantly greater in tidal-pond habitat (P < 0.
Or perhaps suitable roosting sites were simply not available near the foraging zone.
The Eastern Phoebe (Sayornis phoebe), a tyrant flycatcher capable of using different foraging methods and habitat types, provides a unique opportunity to study the simultaneous effects of weather and habitat on flycatcher foraging behavior.
She cautions that genetic makeup and environmental factors also influence foraging.
Breakfast, Foraging, Tours, Lunch and Pizza Cook-Off
Little is known about the foraging ecology of Polylepis bird species (Herzog et al.
spinipes bees were foraging for new sources of food, they were most attracted to scents from M.
If juveniles are less skilled at foraging for fruit, their lower proficiency could be costly, especially for individuals of the many species that depend on fruit for migration and over-wintering (Willson 1986, Blake and Loiselle 1992, Levey and del Rio 2001, McCarty et al.
Eventually, they switch to full-time foraging and adopt a circadian rhythm.
The genus Picoides is particularly rich in species that show behavioral differences in foraging niches.
uk FORAGING BY SEA AND INLAND IN WEST WALES REALLY Wild Foraging have a variety of courses on offer, so it's worth checking them out if you're not sure what suits you.