Among the foraging
bees, 60% collect nectar, 25% gather pollen and 15% bring together both substances (Wilde et al.
There was a significant positive correlation between the foraging
activities of the honey bees and the daily temperature ([r.
Sudden changes in turbidity levels appeared to negatively affect foraging
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Egrets are good subject for foraging
study because they are large, abundant and consumed easily identified prey.
We sampled a total of 58 individuals (37 adults and 21 juveniles) during March-May 2007 to address whether juveniles and adults differed in structure of microhabitats used for foraging
, microclimates of foraging
patches, and foraging
encourages you to eat locally and seasonally, to reconnect with the landscape and, at a time of widespread economic belt-tightening, it offers a cheap source of food.
The researchers discovered that they could change the adults' foraging
behavior by broadcasting different pup calls.
RCWs are bark-probing insectivores that exhibit sexual segregation during foraging
(Ligon, 1970; Jackson, 1994); however, most studies have been conducted in longleaf pine forests (Morse, 1972; Engstrom and Sanders, 1997).
We set out to determine when Manduca Sexta moths abandon unrewarding flowers, the "marginal value" in optimal foraging
Black-throated Blue Warbler Foraging
Strategies: Effects of Habitat Alteration Due to Browsing by White-tailed Deer.
is a particularly dangerous pastime and the benefits of a good feed must be weighed against the threat of predation.