Effects of surrounding land use change on nesting success of small-bodied birds in Eucalyptus woodland remnants
Land has been extensively modified in response to human needs for thousands of years. In recent times, the change in land use from agricultural areas to tree plantations has been expanding worldwide to satisfy the increasing demands for wood/paper products. In Australia, some areas of cleared agricultural land have been transformed into exotic pine plantations, particularly in New South Wales (NSW). Species occurring in fragments of remnant native vegetation, including birds, may be influenced...[Show more]
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