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« on: July 13, 2009, 01:31:41 AM »

Will releasing ring necked pheasants affect existing partridge populations in any way (territory, habitat etc)? There's definitely enough food / water / cover for both, but i wanted to know if it could have another adverse affect to either of the species if they are made to coexist.

Note on above: The area already has a self-sustaining partridge population (previously released). Pheasants now being introduced. There are some predators, but no hunting in the area.
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