The Barossa Valley is world renowned for wine production however it was also once the home to the Black-chinned Honeyeater and the Hooded Robin. These birds were once sighted by keen bird watches when visiting the area, however the birds are beginning to disappear from this region. Extensive searches of the area during the breeding season have noted no sightings over the past few years. It means they have fully reduced capacity to deal with change which maybe due to the loss of genetic diversity. Humans have treated the native vegetation poorly for the past 150 years and the area will feel these changes for the next two to three hundred years if changes are not implemented. It is very important to note the replanting of flora should be inline with natural habitat.