Notes on Three Species of Hawks Breeding on Middle Brother Mountain, N.S.W.

The Camden Haven Wildlife Refuge Study, started in July 1977, is currently investigating the effects of local forest management on the vertebrate fauna of the Kendall State Forestry Management Area on the mid-north coast of N.S.W. Middle Brother Mountain, elevation 556 m, contains Middle Brother State Forest within the Management Area and overlooks the estuary of the Camden Haven River (see Map Figure 1). The Camden Haven Wildlife Refuge is bounded by the river on its northern boundary and by the State Forest along its southern limits. The vegetation of this area is predominently tall wet sclerophyll forest of the moist Blackbutt Eucalyptus pilularis type and although much is under intensive forest management, it supports a rich avifauna.

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