Montague Island Seabird Habitat Restoration Project: proceedings of shared island management workshop

This report presents the proceedings of a workshop which communicated the results of the Montague Island Seabird Habitat Restoration Project to island and coastal managers and researchers. The successful removal of kikuyu grass and replanting with native species has led to nesting habitat being recreated on the island for seabirds such as little penguins.

The workshop was held on 17 and 18 November 2008 at Narooma on the far south coast of NSW. The workshop featured presentations from managers, researchers and staff involved in the project, and these are reproduced in this report.

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