But first, the colony of great-crested newts and other pond life is being relocated to new breeding grounds
, a safe distance from the quarry works.
"Tamil Nadu is becoming breeding ground
for extremists' activities.
Now it is hoped Wales could also become a breeding ground
for the fish-eating bird of prey.
On the longest trip, a penguin traveled up to 1,900 kilometers and reached points 600 km from the breeding ground
Even in the most well-kept apartment houses, ventilation ductwork can become a breeding ground
for mold, mildew, fungi and bacteria.
The ITCZ is a breeding ground
of potential low pressure areas.
England is the breeding ground
of fundamentalist Muslims.
If taken when not needed, antibiotics could turn your body into a breeding ground
for any drug-resistant bacteria lurking there.
At worst it bred an atmosphere where people stopped caring about their neighborhoods, which became a breeding ground
for serious and violent crime.
The findings so far have revealed that the highest rate of gene flow between populations is between whales that breed on either side of the African continent (Breeding Stocks B and C), with an estimated one or two reproductively active whales every year swimming from one ocean to join whales in another breeding ground
The town sits right atop the San Andreas fault, the 1,127-km crack in Earth's rocky crust that is the breeding ground
for many of California's quakes (see map, below).
Furthermore, since HVAC coils, ducts and other elements may serve as a breeding ground
for biological contaminants or allergens, failure to inspect and service the system can result in building sickness.