Survival of Greater Sage-Grouse Chicks and Broods in the Northern Great Basin

@inproceedings{Gregg2009SurvivalOG,
  title={Survival of Greater Sage-Grouse Chicks and Broods in the Northern Great Basin},
  author={Michael A. Gregg and John A. Crawford},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract Reduced annual recruitment because of poor habitat quality has been implicated as one of the causative factors in the range-wide decline of sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) populations since the 1950s. Because chick and brood survival are directly linked to annual recruitment and may be the primary factors that limit sage-grouse population growth, we estimated 28-day survival rates of radiomarked chicks and broods from 2000 to 2003. We examined relationships between survival and… CONTINUE READING

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