Eastern Australia’s temperate woodlands have been significantly cleared, with 80% of their former extent already gone, and the associated Australian woodland bird community is disintegrating. Worse, even within the remaining woodland, less than 5% still supports a fully intact woodland bird community. We need to understand what the most effective conservation actions would be to address this issue. This project will advise on effective management strategies for restoring the woodland bird community, harnessing existing research activities across the temperate woodland zone. We will determine effectiveness of alternative management actions that benefit both individual threatened bird species and the entire ecological community.