Dispersal behaviour of Brown Treecreepers predicts functional connectivity for several other woodland birds
The persistence of native species in fragmented landscapes is dependent on dispersal or foraging movements between habitat patches, which may be limited. Although corridors have been heralded as solutions, their effectiveness depends on species' movement
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