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Definition of Birdlife
1. avifauna [n BIRDLIFE] - See also: avifauna
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Birdlife
Literary usage of Birdlife
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Virgin Islands by Lynne Sullivan (2000)
"... and playful dolphins are known to swim alongside ferries as they shuttle between the islands. birdlife Dozens of species of tropical birds ..."
2. Adventure Guide Virgin Islands by Lynne M. Sullivan (2006)
"... sometimes spot the whales on boat trips, and playful dolphins are known to swim alongside ferries as they shuttle between the islands. birdlife ..."
3. Puerto Rico by Don Philpott (2003)
"birdlife There is a hugely rich bird life with more than 160 species, either resident or visitors on migration. There is one native species of green parrot. ..."
4. Life After Logging: Reconciling Wildlife Conservation and Production by Erik Maijaard (2005)
"... and on the latter evidence it seems likely to be polygynous (BirdLife International 2001). Nests are depressions in litter between buttresses of forest ..."
5. Environmental Indicators for Agriculture by Oecd (1999)
"333-353, Academic Press, London, United Kingdom. Tucker, GM and MFHeath (19941, Birds in Europe: their conservation status, BirdLife Conservation Series No ..."
6. Canada's Atlantic Provinces by Barbara Radcliffe Rogers, Stillman Rogers (2002)
"Another area rich in birdlife is Miscou Island, beyond Lameque at the easternmost end of the region. The bogs and hundreds of lakes on the island were left ..."
7. Organic Agriculture: Sustainability, Markets and Policies by Oecd, OECD Staff, Darryl Jones, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope (2003)
"Hannah Bartram is with BirdLife International, United Kingdom; Allan Perkins is with the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, United Kingdom. 2. ..."