Arcilla, out to atone for his Final Four exit in the recent Brookside Hills Open, came out of a first round bye and scored a 6-2, 5-2(ret.) win over Raymund Diaz to arrange a clash with Davao's rising star John David Velez, who advanced with a 1-0(ret.) victory over Renest
What's more, they are far less likely to renest
than other species if their eggs are destroyed.
(2014) reported a greater initial nest success but similar renest
rates and success in longleaf pine savannas relative to other published studies in the southeastern United States (Palmer et al.
Lanao del Norte captured two titles courtesy of John Christopher Sonsona in the 10-U unisex and John Renest
Sonsona in boys' 18-U event.
However, we were unable to account for possible renests
, and Henny (1972) reported that Black-crowned Night-Herons readily renest
Under the hypothesis that nest selection is flexible within birds (most of the study birds renest
within a season; unpubl.
"This is extremely important for the fuel sector because the new refineries will make up about 20 per cent of our national diesel needs and reduce our imports to practically zero."Petrobras' Renest
refinery outside Recife in Brazil's northeast is expected to start operations by year-end and reach full capacity by mid-2015, and a second plant near Rio de Janeiro known as Comperj refinery is expected to start operating in 2016.
Parents that sustained higher foraging activity and covered more distance during the first breeding attempt took longer to renest
. These results demonstrate that in some species matching foraging activity with offspring provisioning may provide a better estimate of the true investment that individuals commit to a reproductive attempt.
Thus plovers, typical of most birds, have the ability to renest
multiple times within a single season.
If the nest fails before the young hatch, they may renest
Although loons will sometimes renest
if nest failure occurs early in the season, the later loon chicks hatch, the lower their survival rate is for their first year of life.
Incidentally, birds that have been nest robbed will usually renest
elsewhere pretty quickly.