wildlife

[ wahyld-lahyf ]SEE DEFINITION OF wildlife
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WILDLIFE

An example is the preservation of wildlife at the expense of jobs.

A survey of wildlife with recommendations for adequate protection.

Appropriations for fish and wildlife operations have more than doubled.

Probably the best solution for the problem of conservation of wild animals is the establishment of wildlife refuges.

If its all the same to you, Gilly, wed rather enjoy the wildlife of the Rockies instead of ranching, ventured Julie.

The United States is a world leader in wildlife conservation and the assessment of environmental effects of government actions.

There is a wonderful unwritten story of the making of an empire—the Yellowstone—into a wildlife reservation.

Wildlife also suffered because of the flood, and deer and other game could be seen floating down the river on cakes of ice.

It seems as though the balance of nature calls for the presence of wildlife, and particularly birds.

The Northern Neck had been hunted less by the Indians than the lower peninsulas, and it was teeming with wildlife.

WORD ORIGIN

"fauna of a region," 1879, from wild (adj.) + life.

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