The 'Woodland Birds on Farms' project brings together species experts and the community to help the Regent Honeyeater and other declining woodland bird species survive in the Capertee Valley, Mudgee-Wollar and South-west Slopes Key Biodiversity Areas on the Central Tablelands. The project builds on many years of community dedication to woodland bird conservation in the Capertee Valley, a critical breeding area for the species, and expands the success of this work into other areas important to the Regent Honeyeater. We will be working together with landowners to protect, enhance or create woodland bird habitat to increase the quality and quantity of habitat available in the future. The project will also continue to raise awareness of Regent Honeyeaters and the threats to their habitat and engage landowners to actively manage and monitor the Regent Honeyeater habitat on their land.
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