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Die Haselhühner (Hazel Grouse) Bonasa bonasia und B. sewerzowi

Monograph
By: Hans-Heiner Bergmann(Author), Siegfried Klaus(Author), Franz Müller(Author), Wolfgang Scherzinger(Author), Jon E Swenson(Author), Jochen Wiesner(Author)
278 pages, 3 plates with colour photos; 124 b/w photos and b/w illustrations, 20 tables
Die Haselhühner (Hazel Grouse)
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  • Die Haselhühner (Hazel Grouse) ISBN: 9783894324995 Edition: 4 Paperback Dec 1996 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Language: German

Hazel grouse live in the lowlands and the mountains of natural and near-natural, multi-layered mixed forests. In many regions the birds are declining or already extinct. As sensitive indicators they react to the segregation and fragmentation of the forest, but can be promoted by certain forms of nature-friendly forestry. This book by six well-known grouse specialists gives a detailed and largely new overview of the biology of Germany's smallest grouse. In addition, it contains a monograph on the almost unknown Chinese grouse and a detailed comparison of the hazel grouse with the North American ruffed grouse.

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Haselhühner bewohnen im Flachland und im Gebirge natürliche und naturnahe, vielschichtig aufgebaute Mischwälder. In vielen Regionen sind die Vögel im Rückgang oder bereits ausgestorben. Als sensible Indikatoren reagieren sie auf die Entmischung und Zerschneidung des Waldes, können aber durch bestimmte Formen naturverträglicher Waldwirtschaft gefördert werden. Das vorliegende Buch von sechs bekannten Rauhfußhuhnspezialisten gibt eine detaillierte und weitgehend neu erarbeitete Übersicht über die Biologie unseres kleinsten Waldhuhns. Hinzu kommen eine erstmals erstellte Monographie über das fast noch unbekannte Chinahaselhuhn und ein eingehender Vergleich der Haselhühner mit dem nordamerikanischen Kragenhuhn.

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Monograph
By: Hans-Heiner Bergmann(Author), Siegfried Klaus(Author), Franz Müller(Author), Wolfgang Scherzinger(Author), Jon E Swenson(Author), Jochen Wiesner(Author)
278 pages, 3 plates with colour photos; 124 b/w photos and b/w illustrations, 20 tables
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