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Effects of reduced grazing on population density and breeding success of black grouse in northern England

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The maintenance or modification of grazing regimes is frequently advocated to deliver conservation targets in pastoral landscapes, but there are few quantitative studies of the effects of grazing on upland birds. This is particularly true with respect to grazing management in agri‐environment schemes.
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Keywords: Tetrao tetrix; agri‐environment schemes; conservation; marginal uplands; moorland; sheep

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: The North Pennines Black Grouse Recovery Project, Game Conservancy Trust, The Gillett, Forest in Teesdale, Barnard Castle, Durham DL12 0HA, UK

Publication date: October 1, 2002

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