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One day I fortunately chanced to witness a migration from one nest to another, and it was a most interesting spectacle to behold the masters carefully carrying, as Huber has described, their slaves in their jaws.
sanguinea emerge, carrying a pupa; but I was not able to find the desolated nest in the thick heath.
The masters determine when and where a new nest shall be formed, and when they migrate, the masters carry the slaves.
So he commanded Tip to take off Jack's head and lie down with it in the bottom of the nest, and when this was done he ordered the Woggle-Bug to lie beside Tip.
Perceiving the intruders in their nest the birds flew down upon them with screams of rage.
I'm for the hawk's nest, and anything that turns up.
The latter is a typical nest predator in Brazilian savanna, although there is no recording of Curl-crested Jays preying on cavity nests (Franca et al.
Turtle nests are demarcated with a protective aluminium cage and a small sign.
Nesting activity observed in 2007-2009 on two oxbows (Oxbow 1 and Oxbow 2) at Tishomingo NWR showed that nests made by the reintroduced females tended to be clustered, within and among years.
A GULL has found an unusual spot to build a nest - in the middle of a busy Tyneside train station.
Total 250 nests were selected to test the hypothesis that middle canopy of the nesting tree harbours more number of nests in comparison to the lower and higher canopy of the nesting tree.
In the study, very few ants appeared to make direct comparisons between the two nests by making multiple visits to each before choosing one or the other.
As we could hot autonest, we were creating nests in our CAD software manually and exporting a complete DXF nest for the CAM system to program.
A long running round-the-clock security operation to protect a pair of rare hen harriers at a secret woodland location has paid dividends after five chicks hatched at the nest.
Furthermore, reclamation of the surface mines on which most of the nests were located in southern Illinois was completed within 5 years of the initiation of the study, thus, the successional stage of the vegetation in those habitats has likely advanced considerably since the original study; leading to potential changes in nest success.