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Non‐local ‘native’ species used in historical plantings at Captain Cook's Landing Place are spreading into bushland. What can we learn from the long‐term impact of this site's well‐intentioned but ecologically inappropriate plantings?
How does society influence the management of an introduced native mammal that is destroying its own habitat – especially when that animal is considered threatened on parts of the mainland, is aesthetically pleasing, and is important to the tourism industry? If control through sterilization and...
Summary Information on the impacts of outdoor recreation on wildlife within national parks and reserves can be useful to natural area managers. This study aimed to (i) investigate the density, diversity and species composition of avian communities in recreation areas in bushland settings in...
Summary Hartfield Park bushland represents a typical area of Perth urban bushland, and is identified as one site worthy of protection in the Western Australian Government's Bush Forever Plan. Two thirds of the Reserve is developed and parts of the remaining bushland are under threat of future...
Summary In 2002 the Environmental Services Scheme (ESS) was launched in New South Wales, Australia. Its aim was to pilot a process to provide financial incentives to landholders to undertake changes in land use or land management that improved the status of environmental services (e.g. provision...
Summary Natural senescence and the intensification of agricultural practices are contributing to the continuing loss of paddock trees from agricultural regions in Australia. This is of particular concern in the southern Wimmera of western Victoria, where much of the endangered Buloke...
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