Adjective(1) used of animals that move seasonally(2) habitually moving from place to place especially in search of seasonal work
(1) Agriculture professionals applaud the bats, which feed on migratory corn earworm moths (also known as cotton bollworms), America's number-one agricultural pest.(2) Four of the 10 island populations are migratory , and therefore I repeated the analysis with these pairs excluded.(3) They are also partially migratory , and in the fall they can be seen traveling in flocks of more than a hundred birds.(4) The large interindividual variation in migratory activity may be attributed to the migratory strategy of this species.(5) These routes used by migratory birds for passage between wintering and breeding ranges are called flyways.(6) Seven bat species have been recorded in Nova Scotia, but little information is available on their relative abundance, ecology, and migratory patterns.(7) The northerly bias in the direction of postbreeding movements is counter to the principal migratory vector of avocets during this time period.(8) It is also home to thousands of migratory birds, caribou, and other creatures.(9) These habitats have been degraded both physically by intensive stock and arable farming, land drainage and migratory barriers, and also by pollution from agriculture and industry.(10) Climate change is likely to affect the range and migratory patterns of many species, such as this Canada Warbler.(11) We stress the importance of considering forest edge and early-successional habitats in conservation plans for migratory landbirds to provide stopover habitats for species that utilize those habitats.(12) It provides important habitat for almost 400 species of migratory birds, 80 species of mammals, and 40 species of reptiles and amphibians.(13) The spectacular humpbacks, which visit Cook Islands waters each year to breed, are about to resume their migratory journey to the Antarctic.(14) Coffee is grown under a canopy of shade trees, preserving ecosystems that are home to migratory songbirds.(15) In the migratory season, waterfowl of different varieties, thousands of sandpipers and shanks and varieties of ducks flock to this feeding ground.(16) Throughout most of its range the big-horn is a partly migratory beast.
(1) migratory birds :: 渡り鳥
1. migrant ::
3. moving ::
4. traveling ::
1. resident ::
Different Formsmigratory, nonmigratory
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