Sentences with phrase «food caches»

Given that these birds rely heavily on food caches to survive winter, it seems likely that low elevation birds would be less successful at high elevations due to their lower food caching propensity and inferior memory abilities.
SCIENCE
Stephen, seeing as how the Separatists (sorry, can't use the term Pilgrims) survived the first couple of weeks on food caches they stole from the Wampanoag, and then those same Native Americans taught them how to farm in the poor New England soil, they definitely had more to thank the local Native population for than most people give them credit.
RELIGION
To prevent bears from associating people with food, all food items must be secured within the designated food caches at the Brooks Camp Visitor Center, in the campground, or at the Lake Brooks Picnic Area.
TRAVEL
During normal times, when you can wheel by the supermarket to get dinner, your food cache isnâ $ ™ t worth much.
MONEY
Both camping areas have a pit toilet and bear proof food cache.
TRAVEL
• Mental stimulation provided through the feeding of meals with puzzle food dispensers such as the Kibble Nibble by Premier and hide-and-seek games using food caches.
PETS
Use pit toilets and food caches when available.
TRAVEL
Co-author Dr Lisa Leaver of the University of Exeter added: «We predicted that squirrels would be quick to learn this task because learning spatial arrays is crucial for them in order to recover their food caches in the winter months.
SCIENCE
Fittingly, many data from numerous labs show that females with offspring have an increased facility for remembering the location of food caches and rewards in a variety of spatial environments.
SCIENCE
There is no food cache at this location.
TRAVEL
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