Conservation management of eastern Australian farmland birds in relation to landscape gradients
1. Birds inhabiting farmland are of conservation concern around the world. In Australia, conservation management has focused primarily on woodland environments. By contrast, semi-natural open areas have received less attention. We argue that long-term conservation strategies should consider broad gradients of environmental conditions. Otherwise, there is a risk that semi-natural open areas will degrade through 'benign neglect', and currently common species using these areas will become...[Show more]
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