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The bridge structure supporting the decks is cellular, box type. The capercaillie hen's body from beak to tail is approximately 54—64 cm long, the wingspan is 70 cm and weighs 1. The numbers have decreased remarkably during the last century, probably because of the forest management, particularly the land improvement or land amelioration of wet forests around bogs. It is renowned for its mating display, also called "lek" Swedish for "play". The body feathers are dark grey to dark brown, while the breast feathers are dark metallic green. In Estonia the capercaillie was a hunting bird until the 70ies of last century and still is shown in the coat of arms of Estonian hunting association.