Can culling noisy miners save declining small woodland birds in fragmented temperate woodlands?

Date: 26, Oct, 2020
Author(s):   Richard Beggs
Publisher: TSR Hub

Since European arrival, the noisy miner, a hyper-aggressive Australian honeyeater, has become overabundant. This honeyeater’s preferred habitat is small patches of open woodland with limited understorey, and it is very successful in the fragmented and degraded open woodland habitats common in agricultural landscapes in eastern Australia.

1.2.1.2 Culling Noisy Miners Findings Factsheet V2