Takeaways:

  • Researchers from the La Trobe University in Australia are looking at how the replanting of trees and shrubs on farmland is helping woodland birds to return.
  • They found that increasing the amount of vegetation on open farmland from one to ten percent led to twice the number of species of woodland birds.
  • The researchers found that revegetation was most successful when it was mixed with remnant vegetation.

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