home range


home range

home range ExamplesWord Origin noun Ecology.

  1. the area in which an animal normally lives.

Origin of home range First recorded in 1880–85 Examples from the Web for home range Historical Examples of home range

  • They are good men; they are trustworthy; they understand ranch conditions and they know what loyalty to the home-range means.

    Judith of Blue Lake Ranch

    Jackson Gregory

  • There was such a thing as loyalty to the home-range, and in the half-year he had worked here it had become a part of him.

    Judith of Blue Lake Ranch

    Jackson Gregory

  • British Dictionary definitions for home range home range noun

    1. ecology the area in which an animal normally ranges

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