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Conserving the Black Grouse

Produced by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust this resource provides a practical guide to the status of the Black Grouse
Black grouse like the transition zone between forest and moorland heath. They shelter in the forest in the winter, feed on tree buds in spring and nest on open ground and forage among grasses and heathland shrubs in summer

This resource is produced by
NGO Educational Trust
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