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grassland

see grazing (2), pasture.
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But if anybody can make grasslands interesting, Steffen can.
The size of the buffer was based on the mean territory size of grassland bird species in the region during the breeding season (usually <2 ha) (Soderstrom and Part 2000).
Dr Stoneman added: "Whilst we can't control the weather, we can give barn owls the best possible chance of recovery by providing them with more nesting sites and high quality grasslands over which to hunt.
Philanthropists and conservationists are now pulling down the fences and returning the grasslands to their natural state.
The dynamics of the grassland area over the 20th century cannot be precisely detected due to lack of data; however, according to retrospective analysis of cartographic materials (Priede, 2009) the total area of semi-natural grasslands in the mid-20th century may have been about 25% larger than at the beginning of the 21st century.
Stay on the trails in the grassland meadows and elsewhere.
Local officials said the grassland fire broke out at noon on Sunday and was
Meadow flowers have a chance to flower and set seed, bees and butterflies are attracted to the grassland to pollinate the flowers and the butterflies can lay their eggs in the long grass.
However a new study found that cattle grazed on the grasslands of China actually reduce another greenhouse gas, nitrous oxide.
Specifically, it is not known how junipers alter the seed bank of sites previously inhabited by grassland plants and, thus, whether the seed bank beneath junipers resembles that of other patches of woody plants dominated by trees with a long-term history of occupation of sites.
But a recent study suggests 55 hectares of meadow and grassland remain in our area.
The cows are British White crosses--a traditional beef breed ideally suited to grassland conservation.