The aim of this study was to maintain a management programme beneficial to the grouse population and the wider conservation objectives. In 1989 198 ha of moorland were actively managed and 67ha allowed to regenerate naturally. This report reviews major concerns, such as management practices, visitor pressure and grouse densities. D Newborn 1990. Ref – Stiperstones /165
These are unpublished paper files stored at Stiperstones NNR, which have been catalogued as part of the NNR Record Project. They can be made available on request.