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Conservation reserve reverses bird decline

Chris Merkord

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The decline of threatened woodland birds on a private conservation reserve in southeastern NSW over the past five years has been markedly reversed, with species such as the speckled warbler increasing by up to 700 per cent, according to a five-year ecological outcomes report.

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