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The Nesting and Brood-Rearing Ecology of Sharp-Tailed Grouse in Relation to Specialized Grazing Systems

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Title: The Nesting and Brood-Rearing Ecology of Sharp-Tailed Grouse in Relation to Specialized Grazing Systems
Author: Kirby, Donald R.; Grosz, Kevin L.
Description: With the increased grazing systems becoming more popular, a need was perceived to determine how this change in grazing would affect the wildlife utilizing these range lands. Grazing systems did not adversely affect the sharp-tailed grouse population in the area. Populations appeared to have remained stable since the establishment of grazing treatments.
Date: 1986
Subject: Grazing
Wildlife
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/5947

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