The Ecology of Black Grouse in North East England
Newcastle University Doctoral Thesis, School of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, 1992 ,
Anne Elizabeth Starling
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A study of black grouse habitat, dietary preferences and ranging behaviour, differentiating between male, females and chicks and behaviours in different seasons.  Also looks at adult mortality, female attendance at leks, incubation and hatching, brood movement and flock size.  Based on 30 months work, 1989 to 1991, at Allenheads.  Download HERE