Effectiveness of conservation interventions for Australian woodland birds: A systematic review of “what works” - Findings Factsheet

Date: 29, Nov, 2021
Author(s): Jessica Walsh   Martine Maron  
Publisher: TSR Hub

Woodland birds number almost 200 species across their range in temperate and subtropical Australia. As a community, they are in serious decline, due to many threats, chiefly habitat loss and fragmentation, livestock grazing, competitive exclusion by noisy miners, inappropriate fire regimes and loss of habitat features such as tree hollows and understorey. However, knowledge of threats does not necessarily tell us what conservation actions work to conserve woodland birds. We reviewed the scientific evidence evaluating the effectiveness of conservation interventions at improving the condition Noisy miner.