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Is revegetation in the Sheep Pen Creek area, Victoria, improving Grey-crowned Babbler habitat?

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  • Doug Robinson


  • Doug Robinson is currently Regional Manager for the Goulburn Broken Catchment with Trust for Nature (Level 2, 385 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia. Tel. 0396709933. Email: dougr@tfn.org.au). This article arose from Doug's work as Grey-crowned Babbler Project Officer with Birds Australia (415 Riversdale Road, Hawthorn East, Victoria 3123, Australia) which involved research into the species’ ecology, development of a conservation plan and implementation of conservation activities across Victoria.

Abstract

A substantial increase in numbers of the endangered Grey-crowned Babbler has occurred in one agricultural area where vegetation has been increased by natural regeneration or planting – but not in areas where there has been little increase in habitat area. This positive response to the provision of new habitat at the local scale gives cause for optimism for the future conservation of some of our woodland birds.

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