Meaning of WILDLIFE in English

WILDLIFE

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

a cookery/wildlife/news etc programme

More and more people are watching cookery programmes on TV.

a wildlife habitat

The land next to the harbour is perhaps the most threatened wildlife habitat in Britain.

bird/wildlife etc sanctuary

The park is the largest wildlife sanctuary in the US.

wildlife conservation

More woodland is needed for wildlife conservation.

wildlife refuge

a wildlife refuge

wildlife reserve

a wildlife reserve

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

federal

A federal bill on wildlife trade has been mired in Ottawa since 1992; it may be enacted soon.

The 20 state and federal wildlife areas and refuges are open for duck hunting generally on Wednesdays and weekends.

important

Land could be sold off or developed, causing significant harm to present areas of natural beauty and important wildlife habitats.

Her group, Keeping Track, is dedicated to identifying, monitoring, and educating on important wildlife habitat and travel corridors.

The grazing marshes adjacent to the river are an important wildlife habitat.

Wet gravel pits are generally recognised as important habitats for wildlife , particularly in view of the increasing drainage of wetlands.

large

The region also has one of the largest concentrations of wildlife in the world.

The growing area should be fenced to keep livestock or large wildlife away.

local

Make this the year you join your local county wildlife trust.

He had a deep knowledge of the habits of all the local wildlife and an uncanny knack of befriending them.

Al Jourgensen is seen wandering around the hotel foyer hugging a wooden duck, used to frighten off local wildlife .

It has done so admirably, but it has also generated immense interest among local wildlife .

other

Patrol officer Bob Edwards says heavy wash from cabin cruisers can kill young ducklings and harm other wildlife .

The chemicals upset the balance of the environment and killed not only the whitefly but also other wildlife including the bumble bee.

The fear is that thousands of birds and other native wildlife like seals and otters could die in the oily bath.

Without doing so, we could miss vital factors of detriment both to water voles and other wetland wildlife .

There's an amazing variety of wild flowers, insects, birds and other wildlife .

Do not disturb nesting birds or other wildlife .

rich

With areas like Skomer, Skokholm, Grassholm containing such a rich myriad of wildlife , much is at stake.

Another classically disfigured landscape that can be rich in wildlife is the sewage farm.

The land is rich in wildlife and many plants still survive from the time when the area was marsh.

Gemsbok national park is also rich in wildlife and is very popular with visitors.

The surrounding countryside is very beautiful, with lime-stone hills, caves, moors and a rich diversity of wildlife .

■ NOUN

area

The money could be better spent protecting existing wildlife areas .

The 20 state and federal wildlife areas and refuges are open for duck hunting generally on Wednesdays and weekends.

So it's still a pretty good wildlife area - and we must try to keep it that way.

It was outstanding at a number of public wildlife areas .

Ensuring important public access to the countryside by repairing footpaths, and fencing to protect sensitive wildlife areas .

biologist

Fitzhugh, other experts and wildlife biologists gathered at a special conference last week in San Diego.

conservation

Strong science-based strategies for wildlife conservation have emerged over the last one hundred years.

Also in these seminars, discussion will focus on wildlife conservation .

They are extraordinary plumes, and they certainly altered the face of international wildlife conservation .

habitat

It provided grazing land, timber, fruits and fuel, while remaining an undamaged wildlife habitat .

Her group, Keeping Track, is dedicated to identifying, monitoring, and educating on important wildlife habitat and travel corridors.

This project will estimate the benefits and costs of wildlife habitats and compare the results using different valuation techniques.

It also aims to preserve wildlife habitat and agricultural land.

The grazing marshes adjacent to the river are an important wildlife habitat .

The city left the natural wash intact, and the area now serves as both flood control and urban wildlife habitat .

hospital

It all adds up to a summer of hard work for staff at the wildlife hospital near Aylesbury.

But there's no summer holiday at the wildlife hospital .

Now he's operating from a purpose-built wildlife hospital .

refuge

The wildlife refuge may contain as much as three billion barrels.

The island of Angistri went up in flames within minutes of being declared a wildlife refuge .

The basis for the great national forest, park, monument, and wildlife refuge systems of the present had been laid.

reserve

The impressive wildlife reserve of the Algonquin Provincial Park is a stunning array of native animals in the wild.

Many wildlife reserves and parks are too dangerous for park rangers, let alone tourists.

sanctuary

Read in studio A wildlife sanctuary has appointed it's first resident artist.

A wildlife sanctuary is releasing eight of the animals into a special protected set.

At the wildlife sanctuary in Caerlaverock you can see natterjack toads, and in winter flocks of geese arrive.

site

Projected figures suggest that over 1,500 wildlife sites would be damaged or destroyed in the national roads programme.

They picked fights with festival-goers on their way to wildlife sites located in the middle of hunting territory.

trade

The only way that illegal wildlife trade will be successfully curbed is by governments committing more time and resources to do so.

A federal bill on wildlife trade has been mired in Ottawa since 1992; it may be enacted soon.

■ VERB

encourage

As the Gypsey Race meanders through the estate it encourages and supports much wildlife and some quite rare birds.

The treaty contains seven personal pledges to encourage wildlife protection, save energy, use recycling schemes and join environmental groups.

Re-planting will have to take place each spring to encourage wildlife and gamebirds.

And nine ponds have been created to encourage wildlife .

protect

Nor are they conditioned by upbringing or tradition to protect wildlife .

Never throw litter into ponds or streams. 10 Protect wildlife , plants and trees.

The money could be better spent protecting existing wildlife areas.

It has been carefully designed to develop and protect wildlife and plants while attracting many thousands of visitors.

Britain's threatened countryside; safeguarding our seas; and protecting Britain's wildlife .

Ensuring important public access to the countryside by repairing footpaths, and fencing to protect sensitive wildlife areas.

threaten

Intensive salmon farms threaten wildlife , the environment and our tourist industry.

The broken tanker has leaked thousands of tonnes of crude oil and threatens to destroy the wildlife paradise of the Shetlands.

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

The organization was set up to protect wildlife across Europe.

The park has an abundance of wildlife .

The Sea of Cortez is rich with wildlife .

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

I wonder if the company have any idea how much wildlife has been killed by the lack of water.

Originally, collecting wildlife art was more of an avocation for us.

Rare wildlife , national parks and villages are all threatened.

Strong science-based strategies for wildlife conservation have emerged over the last one hundred years.

The maximum punishment for illegally killing and selling fish or wildlife is $ 30, 000 and a year in jail.

There she started her career as a wildlife artist.

These tiny havens are where the wildlife you see in your neighborhood retreat.

Today, hunting is no longer allowed and tourists visit these national parks to view and photograph the wildlife in their natural habitats.

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