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Countryside Conservation: Grey Partridge - Past, Present and Future

It is estimated that there were more than 1 million breeding pairs in Britain prior to the second World War and this population has now reduced to 65,000 pairs.
The grey partridge is a Biodiversity Action Plan species lead by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust. This resource contains a wealth of information about this species, including the history of its decline and all of the factors involved including habitat, gamekeeping and the use of herbicides and insecticides.

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