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heronry

a colony of breeding herons
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els A swan in the Parc du Marquenterre urants I spend a good hour in the park's highlight attraction, the heronry.
A swan in the Parc du Marquenterre I spend a good hour in the park's highlight attraction, the heronry.
A swan in the du Marquenterre I spend a good hour in the park's highlight attraction, the heronry.
When is a heronry crowded: a case study of Huckleberry Island, New York, U.S.A.
In fact, file observations made herein, but also on Squacco Herons (Nefla et al., 2014), show that the heronry of Ichkeul National Park is naturally more protected against terrestrial predators than the other colonies.
It also has the largest heronry in Asia, which is an annual activity during monsoon,"the draft notification itself states.
Heronry is the pick in the Royal Bath & West Handicap Hurdle at Taunton, despite having to shoulder top weight.
Nicholls out of luck Champion trainer Paul Nicholls sponsored the 2m4f handicap hurdle but both his runners - Rothman and Earthmoves - failed to figure in the outcome with Shammick Boy prevailing over longtime leader Heronry.
Not far away grey herons, in their heronry a mere four miles from Birmingham city centre, were busy renovating their untidy nests.
Heronry is the pick for Nicky Henderson in the Chad Novices' Chase.
Seuss-like scene that had been described to me as "pterodactyl meets airport." The gangly birds, with wingspans of nearly seven feet, flew in and out of the heronry, soaring, circling, and landing with such grace that they seemed no weightier than an origami crane.