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the natural environment of an animal or plant

Synonyms for habitat

the type of environment in which an organism or group normally lives or occurs

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These modifications often fragment riparian corridors and lead to losses in complexity and connectivity between the riparian channel and floodplain habitats to which aquatic communities are adapted (Wissmar and Beschta, 1998).
During the five weeks of instruction, students participated in the problem-based unit on bird adaptations and habitats with integration of technology skills.
Citi Habitats has announced the formation of its Landlord Services Division, offering a host of complimentary services to landlords and developers citywide.
The chimps' willingness to chomp on a wide assortment of food means they can make do in more varied habitats.
The SAG habitat had a significantly greater surface area than either the SAV or NVSB habitats during all seasons.
Critical habitats provided real protections for endangered species.
About one-third of Jefferson County's classrooms are focused on activities such as planting and developing wetlands and mini forests, all indications of schoolyard habitats.
The Center for Biological Diversity and Christians Caring for Creation filed a federal lawsuit March 4 in San Francisco to force the federal government to establish habitats for the rare species, which include the arroyo southwestern toad, a kangaroo rat, a snake, two birds, a snail and a grasshopper.
The Wildlife Habitat Council is a nonprofit, nonlobbying group of corporations, conservation organizations, and individuals dedicated to protecting and enhancing wildlife habitats.
Long ago the riparian and oak savannah habitats were prevalent in the Sacramento Valley.
It leaves a toxic legacy of oil spills and pollution that threatens birds and wildlife in the very habitats meant to protect them.
Tanagers are sensitive to fragmentation; managing for them should help protect dozens of other birds that use similar habitats.
More recently, Brawn and Robinson (1996) examined the decoupling of population trends in source and sink habitats among neotropical migrants.
SAN DIEGO -- Tomorrow the San Diego Humane Society and SPCA will unveil their new designer dog and cat habitats at a sneak-preview party.