nesting place


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Noun1.nesting place - a place suitable for nesting
place, spot, topographic point - a point located with respect to surface features of some region; "this is a nice place for a picnic"; "a bright spot on a planet"
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An ensemble of modern amenities makes MAPLE IVY the perfect nesting place.
When a woodpecker has finished using a hole, it leaves behind the perfect nesting place for mountain bluebirds, tree swallows, chickadees, Townsend's solitaires, nuthatches, and many other species.
its housing by applying force perpendicular to its nesting place is extremely
Myquillyn Smith, author of The Nesting Place, offers up quick tips for revamping your room without spending the big bucks.
During the beach cleaning activity approximately two tons of litter was collected and disposed of to create safe nesting place for the turtles during the ensuing breeding season.
The focus here is on understanding backyard bird habits and needs--and here Bill Thompson III answers a wealth of questions on all aspects of attracting birds to one's garden, from feeders and the right foods to providing a safe nesting place.
Expectant couple John Krasinski and Maya Rudolph take to the road looking for the perfect nesting place in this sickly slice of selfregarding Americana which is played out to whiney songs.
Not only does it provide a nesting place for wrens and blackbirds but overwintering butterflies take shelter among its dense growth.
Not only does it provide a nesting place for wrens and blackbirds, but overwintering butterflies take shelter among its dense growth.
As a major Turkish sociologist wrote years ago, if the political system fails to create a social contract, Turkey is likely to become a nesting place of various self-enclosed nations, like the secular nation and the religious nation.
sent a car bomb to the nesting place of the pro-regime militiamen in Mezzeh 86," an online statement said.