Woodland bird populations continue to decline in south-eastern Australia. As a result of habitat loss and fragmentation woodland birds now face novel threats, including elevated rates of nest predation. Nest predation presents a damaging selective pressure for threatened species, preventing recruitment to, and recovery of, small populations. It is the leading cause of nest failure for the critically endangered regent honeyeater (Anthochaera phrygia), which has already experienced rapid...[Show more]
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