Birdlife sentence example

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  • abundant birdlife, which is attracted by the riverine forest.
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  • There must have been thirty huge lakes, all absolutely brimming with birdlife.
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  • There has been liaison with LPO, the Birdlife International partner in France, concerning impact of Arab falconry on Sakers and bustard species.
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  • The rich birdlife includes flamingoes which are attracted by the soda content in Lake Magadi on the crater floor.
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  • Experience thick tropical forest and see fruit bats, a host of reptiles and the celebrated birdlife.
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  • Consequently there is more birdlife, and even the possibility of seeing some wild guanacos.
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  • haven for birdlife.
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  • The plant and animal life are excellent offering opportunities to see the varied birdlife (including kiwis ), seals, dolphins and whales.
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  • lynx Edicions and BirdLife International.
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  • rich in birdlife in a variety of habitats: sea and shore, rainforest and garden, mangrove and woodland.
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  • Breakfast was a plate of plenty (excluding only tattie scones) and the rich birdlife of the garden provided most of the entertainment.
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  • teeming with birdlife.
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  • The elevated tracks that run alongside the river on both sides provide an excellent vantage from which to view the abundant birdlife.
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  • And the island is rich in birdlife in a variety of habitats: sea and shore, rainforest and garden, mangrove and woodland.
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  • The walk takes you across stony beaches and over a series of cliffs teeming with birdlife.
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