rabbit burrow in a sentence
- It has been observed nesting in rabbit burrows, ruins, old lime trees.
- The birds less commonly nest in walls, under buildings or down rabbit burrows.
- They slept in dugout rabbit burrows and ate sweet potato and wild banana.
- Mauricio also saw a rabbit burrow disappearing under a nearby rock.
- Jim takes his son into the countryside in the rain to find a rabbit burrow.
- There are many rabbit burrows and a badger sett.
- It nests in rock crevices and rabbit burrows.
- Rabbit burrows have caused massive soil erosion.
- It rests under leaf litter or rocks at night, and sometimes uses abandoned rabbit burrows for shelter.
- It frequently nests in rabbit burrows.
- This species is mainly associated with lakes and rivers in open country, breeding in rabbit burrows, tree holes, haystacks or similar.
- The nesting location varies with habitat, nests being found in holes in trees, in cliffs, quarries, walls, old buildings, river banks and rabbit burrows.
- Aborigines digging out rabbit burrows in the red deserts of outback South Australia raise a lot of dust-- but some of that dust is radioactive.
- On Sunday 30 November 1941, three local boys found an unexploded anti-tank grenade in a rabbit burrow that the army had been demonstrating to the home guard.
- There are reports of dens in abandoned rabbit burrows, rock formations, under boulders in dry creeks, under large spinifex, in hollow logs, in augmented burrows of monitor lizards and wombat burrows.
- Ms . Hollingworth said that a witness, Dora McLeod, would testify during the trial that Gunner's mother, Topsy, said that " her baby Peter was left down a rabbit burrow ."
- Wild birds are adaptable and varied in their nesting habits, with nests being found in cavities, scrub, low trees, bushes, on the ground, in termite hills, rabbit burrows, nests of other birds, and in the cracks, crevices, and ledges of human structures.
- Most burrow-nesting birds excavate their own burrows, but some use those excavated by other species and are known as secondary nesters; burrowing owls, for example, sometimes use the burrows of prairie dogs, ground squirrels, badgers or tortoises, China's endemic white-browed tits use the holes of ground-nesting rodents and common kingfishers occasionally nest in rabbit burrows.