What is happening to the woodland birds of the Mount Lofty Ranges

silver-eye.jpgThe importance of our Mount Lofty Ranges Woodland Bird Monitoring Program has been highlighted in a recent issue of Decision Point magazine. “The Mount Lofty Ranges is like a canary in a coal mine for Australia’s woodland landscapes—what happens here is an early warning for Australia’s other landscapes,” says Professor Hugh Possingham from the University of Queensland, who instigated the monitoring program 12 years ago.

Monitoring data is collected annually by a team of expert and volunteer ornithologists currently funded by the Mount Lofty Ranges NRM Board and co-ordinated by the Nature Conservation Society of South Australia.

Download the pdf MLR Woodland Birds Monioring Report 4.1 Mb

Download the pdf MLR Woodland Bird Monitoring Research Prospectus 3.9 Mb