- n. Plural form of ranchland.
“Somewhere running through the remote ranchlands is a central channel from the lake.”
“Bordering the park is an area known as the Mara ranchlands, which is mainly home to the Maasai ethnic group.”
“Bordering the park is an area known as the Mara ranchlands, which is mainly home to the Masai ethnic group.”
“Over the last few decades, many Maasai have left their traditional mud-and-wattle homesteads, known as bomas, and gravitated to more permanent settlements - a large number of which now crowd the "ranchlands" at the border of the reserve.”
“But during recent decades, many species have come under threat from severe droughts, increased poaching, and more intensive grazing by Maasai pastoralists in the "ranchlands" at the fringes of the reserve.”
“Hunting pressure from the ranches often creates a daily migration pattern, with the elk feeding on the ranchlands at night, then climbing back into thick timber on the public lands to bed during the day.”
“These folks support us because, despite their differences on other issues and, like the great majority of the American people, they share a deep respect for this country's legacy of mountains, productive farm and ranchlands, forests, prairies and rivers running to our magnificent seacoasts.”
“Prime hunting areas are now vacant and elk have moved into ranchlands to get away from wolves.”
“It’s wrecking native lands in Canada, and potential spills from that pipeline could pollute some of the most important ranchlands and aquifers in America.”
“They await Hardman Pool, a gray-headed and bearded haole who is patriarch over Koolau ranchlands, has fourteen adult children, countless grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.”
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