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cache
a hidden store of goods
fashion
to make into a particular form
harsh
cruel and severe
harvesting
gathering plant parts to be eaten later
migration
a mass movement of an animal group to a different habitat, usually in search of food
storehouse
a place where supplies are stored for future use
survival
the preservation of ones life; the continuing of life
blazed
marked or cut, as when making a trail
aspen
a type of tree with leaves attached by flattened leaf stalks so they flutter readily in the wind
bulbs
underground stems or roots
tubers
swollen, usually underground stems, such as potatoes
sedges
plants resembling grasses but with solid taher than hollow stems
funnel
a shaft, flue, or stack for the passage of smoke
props
devices used to support something
lure
a bunch of feathers attached to a long cord, used in falconry to bring the hawk back
jesses
short straps fastened around the legs of a hawk to which a leash may be attached
ventilate
to let fresh air into a place
tethered
bound with rope or chain to limit how far one can move
ferocity
the condition of being extremely savage or fierce
beady
small, round, and shiny
propped
kept from falling; supported
ox bow
a U-shaped bend in a river or stream
hemlock
a type of evergreen tree with short, flat needles and small cones
lingering
delaying departure
winged
flew
laced
drew closed with a cord
mantle
a covering, a cloak
burrows
holes or tunnels dug in the ground by small animals
warblers
small birds, many of which have yellowish feathers