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A lone tree makes it easier for birds and bees to navigate farmland, like a stepping stone between habitats

By Carla Archibald, Research Fellow, Conservation Science, Deakin University
Eduardo van den Berg, Federal University of Lavras
Jonathan Rhodes, Associate Professor, The University of Queensland
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Enabling wildlife to journey across farmlands not only benefits conservation, but also people. It means bees can improve crop pollination, and seed-dispersing birds can help restore ecosystems.

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