I 'm wondering if anyone is aware of any instances i.e. if there is any
precedent for the re-introduction of native bird species to isolated
revegetated native urban parkland?
In particularly I'm thinking about the reintroducing of ground-dwelling species
such as Superb Fairy-wren and White-browed Scrubwren which, unlike arboreal
species, are unable to migrate into revegetated parkland due to the lack of an
existing native corridor - specifically when the revegetation process involves
developing complex native shrubslands, perfect habitat for these species.
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