Available: webinar recording 'Choughs, noisy miners and boosting bird di

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Subject: Available: webinar recording 'Choughs, noisy miners and boosting bird diversity on farms'
From: "David McDonald (Personal)" <>
Date: Wed, 22 Sep 2021 07:23:50 +0000

Sustainable Farms wrote:

If you missed this webinar last month, you can now watch the recording on our website.

What the webinar covered:

Noisy miners: Sustainable Farms ecologist Dr Richard Beggs explained how noisy miners have become an overabundant species with major ecological impacts in Australia, and what farmers can do to support smaller woodland birds

White-winged choughs: ANU Fenner School researcher Dr Constanza Leon shared her research into the fascinating social structure of white-winged choughs

Birds on farms: Sustainable Farms ecologist Eleanor Lang talked about how enhancing natural assets on farms can provide habitat for bird populations, and in turn how this benefits the wider farm landscape.


Highly recommended - David


David McDonald

1004 Norton Road, Wamboin NSW 2620, Australia

Tel: (02) 6238 3706 | Mobile: 0416 231 890

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