Return of the Fauna: Brown Treecreeper Reintroduction in Eucalypt Woodland
Species reintroductions have become an increasingly prevalent conservation tool to combat species decline and extinction. Reintroduction programs aspire to re-establish a self-sustaining population of a species in an area where the species was formally extant. This thesis contributes to conserving a threatened species, the Brown Treecreeper (Climacteris picumnus), through an experimental reintroduction, and also informs the effectiveness of restoration treatments in the nature reserves where...[Show more]
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