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Adaptive Strategies and Population Ecology of Northern Grouse

Volume 1. Population Studies

1988

Arthur T. Bergerud and Michael W. Gratson, editors

Adaptive Strategies and Population Ecology of Northern Grouse

The first volume contains eleven studies of eight grouse species; the second contains primarily the work of Bergerud, which utilizes the evidence in the first volume to advance theories of behavior and offer new demographic insights.

The first volume contains eleven studies of eight grouse species; the second contains primarily the work of Bergerud, which utilizes the evidence in the first volume to advance theories of behavior and offer new demographic insights.

A major in-depth study of the species of grouse that inhabit North America and the Holarctic and a synthesis of all the available data on their ecology, sociobiology, population dynamics, and management . . . . The work is a must for wildlife managers and conservationists concerned with the management and production of this viable resource.

Charles E. Keller, INDIANA AUDUBON QUARTERLY

The first volume contains eleven studies of eight grouse species; the second contains primarily the work of Bergerud, which utilizes the evidence in the first volume to advance theories of behavior and offer new demographic insights.

This second volume contains primarily the work of Bergerud, which utilizes the evidence in the first volume to advance theories of behavior and offer new demographic insights.

Adaptive Strategies and Population Ecology of Northern Grouse

Arthur T. Bergerud is a former professor of biology at the University of Victoria, British Columbia.

Michael W. Gratson was a research wildlife biologist for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game in Lewiston.

Arthur T. Bergerud is a former professor of biology at the University of Victoria, British Columbia.

Michael W. Gratson was a research wildlife biologist for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game in Lewiston.

Adaptive Strategies and Population Ecology of Northern Grouse

A major in-depth study of the species of grouse that inhabit North America and the Holarctic and a synthesis of all the available data on their ecology, sociobiology, population dynamics, and management . . . . The work is a must for wildlife managers and conservationists concerned with the management and production of this viable resource.

Charles E. Keller, INDIANA AUDUBON QUARTERLY

I envy the creative imagination that Bergerud shows; his synthesis is a particularly rich narrative . . . . Do not ignore this book.

Daniel M. Keppie, Ecology