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1. Migration to the breeding sites occurs as soon as February, but in the northern parts of the range and at higher altitudes, it may not start before summer.

2. Other species also migrate shorter distances away from the breeding sites, their distribution at sea determined by the availability of food.

3. Kingfishers migrate mainly at night, and some Siberian breeders must travel at least 3,000 km (1,900 mi) between the breeding sites and the wintering areas.

4. In polygynous species with considerable sexual dimorphism, males tend to return earlier to the breeding sites than their females.

5. This storm petrel is strictly nocturnal at the breeding sites to avoid predation by gulls and skuas, and even avoids coming to land on clear, moonlit nights.

6. Very little is known about the breeding sites and patterns of the Barrow's goldeneye.

7. This seabird is strictly nocturnal at the breeding sites to avoid predation by gulls.

8. This petrel is strictly nocturnal at the breeding sites to avoid predation by gulls.

9. This storm petrel is strictly nocturnal at the breeding sites to avoid predation by gulls and skuas, and will even avoid coming to land on clear moonlit nights.

10. This storm petrel is strictly nocturnal at the breeding sites to avoid predation by larger gulls and skuas, and will even avoid coming to land on clear moonlit nights.

11. It is strictly nocturnal at the breeding sites to avoid predation by gulls and skuas, and will even avoid coming to land on clear moonlit nights.

12. This storm petrel is strictly nocturnal at the breeding sites to avoid predation by larger and more aggressive gulls and skuas.

13. In contrast, exophagic/exophilic vectors are best controlled through source reduction (destruction of the breeding sites).

14. The common toad emerges from hibernation in spring and there is a mass migration towards the breeding sites.

15. The breeding sites they choose are fishless ponds and vernal pools, filled with spring snow meltwater in northern latitudes.

16. Adults aggregate in large numbers (>20 individuals) under rocks and logs along the immediate edge of the breeding sites and breed explosively over a few days.

17. The northern limit of the breeding sites are the Nanatsujima Islands of Japan, while the most important breeding sites are Biro Island and the Izu Islands.

18. there needs to be more research on the population dynamics, environmental factors of the breeding sites, population health and genetics.

19. Males have a similar call as above and call from beside the breeding sites during spring and summer.

20. Amplexus takes place at the edge of the breeding sites;

21. Major causes of nest loss in some regions are flooding due to spring tides and disturbance from tourists or off-road vehicles that drive through the breeding sites.

22. In 1991, 93.5% of the breeding sites were found in broadleaf evergreen or deciduous forest, whereas only 6.5% were in mixed coniferous-broadleaf forest.

23. Males appear on the breeding sites before females.

24. Moreover, the exploitation of eggs and young is prevalent at many of the breeding sites poses generational problems.

25. The breeding sites are usually inhospitable clifftops and uninhabited islands.

26. The species is thought to forage in the local seas all year round, possibly near the breeding sites;

27. The breeding sites for the hooded cranes flying to Izumi are the marshes from Lake Baikal to the mid and upper stream of the River Amur.

28. Other sites in the group in Gloucestershire (all of which are SSSIs) include the breeding sites of Caerwood And Ashberry Goose House, Dean Hall Coach House &

29. Other sites in the group in Gloucestershire (all of which are SSSIs) include the breeding sites of Blaisdon Hall, Dean Hall Coach House &

30. In woodland areas the breeding sites happen at the edges of rivers and the bottom of slopes.