Heronry

A heronry, sometimes called a heron rookery, is a breeding ground for herons. ==Notable heronries== Some of the notable heronries are: === Asia === === Europe === === North America === ...
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Heronry

• (n.) A place where herons breed.
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heronry

(from the article `heron`) ...and swamps, catching frogs, fishes, and other aquatic animals. They nest in rough platforms of sticks constructed in bushes or trees near water; ...
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heronry

noun a breeding ground for herons; a heron rookery
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Heronry

Her'on·ry noun A place where herons breed.
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Heronry

Colonial breeding site of herons or egrets; sometimes applied to other colonially breeding waterbirds (e.g. ibises).
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heronry

[n] - a breeding ground for herons
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