Surviving with a resident despot: do revegetated patches act as refuges from the effects of the noisy miner (Manorina melanocephala) in a highly fragmented landscape?
Aim To provide, through a large‐scale long‐term field study, an empirical evaluation of the extent to which revegetated patches act as refuges for woodland bird species in the face of enhanced abundance of a native despotic species in a highly fragmented landscape. Location South‐west slopes, New South Wales, Australia. Methods Birds were surveyed using point counts over a 9‐year period. Colonization/extinction dynamics of local bird populations were modelled using multiple‐season...[Show more]
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