Maximising woodland bird diversity in Brigalow Bird forestsFinal technical report
Land & Water Australia. 2009. Maximising woodland bird diversity in Brigalow Bird forests. [Online] (Updated July 24th, 2009)
Available at: http://lwa.gov.au/node/3563 [Accessed Wednesday 23rd of October 2013 10:29:02 PM ].
Large continuous areas of woodland, such as the eucalypt woodlands of the Brigalow Belt, are potentially significant refugia for fragmentation-sensitive birds, and the area of these woodlands under private and public conservation management is increasing substantially. Yet the avifauna of the apparently relatively intact woodlands shows many of the symptoms typically associated with fragmented agricultural regions, such as domination by a single species, the aggressive noisy miner.
Alison Howes, Martine Maron