• Biology
  • Published 2002

Conservation ecology and breeding biology of the white-browed treecreeper, Climacteris affinis

@inproceedings{Radford2002ConservationEA,
  title={Conservation ecology and breeding biology of the white-browed treecreeper, Climacteris affinis},
  author={J Radford},
  year={2002}
}
The white-browed treecreeper is a threatened bird that resides in semi-arid woodlands in north-west Victoria. This thesis provides the ecological basis for the conservation management of the species by examining its habitat use at a range of spatial scales, and describing its breeding behaviour and evaluating reproductive success. 

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