Observations on the Breeding of White-browed Woodswallows

White-browed Woodswallows Artamus superciliosus invaded the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales during the summer of 1980. The invasion was correlated with drought conditions further west and a nesting colony was established on one of our study plots near the Bondi State Forest. The success of this colony was affected by predators, storms and possibly by the number of birds in the colony.

>> Download Abstract | File Size: 74 KB
>> Download Complete PDF | File Size: 1 MB