THE RAPTORS OF THE BLACKALL – CONONDALE RANGES AND ADJOINING LOWLANDS, SOUTH-EASTERN QUEENSLAND
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|| G. V. Czechura
Twenty-eight species of raptor have been recorded from eight major vegetation types
represented in the Blackall-Conondale Ranges and adjacent lowlands. Included within
these twenty-eight species are nineteen residents.
These raptors may be grouped according to broad vegetation preferences. Three
species favour dense forests, six species open forests, six species open (largely disturbed)
habitats, one species freshwater and three are independent of major habitat types. A
feature of the raptor fauna is the use by many species of ecotones and corridors to enter
largely unsuitable habitats.
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