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Ruffed grouse population studies on hunted and unhunted areas


, : Ruffed grouse population studies on hunted and unhunted areas. Trans N Amer Wildlife Conf (21): 338-345

During a 6-year period representing a cyclic phase from a high population to a low, studies on a heavily-hunted area and on an unhunted area showed that removing an average of 40% of the population by hunting had no apparent detrimental effect on the subsequent fall population. Since the relatively small hunted area received about 4 times as much hunting pressure as the state average and was not overharvested even during a 41-day season it is concluded that Michigan could probably have a 2- or 3-month, or possibly even longer grouse hunting season.

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