The conservation implications of bird reproduction in the agricultural `matrix: a case study of the vulnerable Superb Parrot (Polytelis swainsonii) of south-eastern Australia
Where agriculture has recently been imposed on natural systems, habitats that are modified, but not destroyed, within the agricultural matrix, are often, undervalued for their conservation benefits. Ecological research in the agricultural matrix in such landscapes has been limited in many countries. Yet many organisms live and breed in these landscapes. This paper outlines a large-scale case study of the vulnerable superb parrot that breeds in trees in the agricultural matrix of south-eastern...[Show more]
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