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The Birds of New Zealand

Tieke, the Saddleback

Endemic — found only in New Zealand.
Native —  birds that are naturally found in the country or are self-introduced.
Introduced — brought here by humans.
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Endemic Birds Native Birds Introduced Birds Extinct Birds English/Common
Names Index

Albatross: —
Buller’s albatrossmollymawk
Royal albatrossRoyal albatross

Black RobinBlack robin

Gull, Black–billed Black–billed gull

HakawaiHakawai
HihiHihi 
HoihoHoiho

KakaKaka 
KakapoKakapo 
Kakariki (orange-crowned)(orange-crowned)
Kakariki (red-crowned)(red-crowned)
Kakariki (yellow-crowned)(yellow-crowned)
KakiBlack stilt
KareareaKarearea
KeaKea
KereruKereru

Kiwi: —
Kiwi peoplekiwi people
Great spottedGreat spotted 
Little spottedLittle spotted kiwi 
North Island brownNorth Island brown 
RowiRowi
TokoekaTokoeka

KoekoeaKoekoea
KokakoKokako 
KorimakoKorimako 
KorureKorure

MatataMatata
MiromiroMiromiro 
MohuaMohua

NgutuparoreNgutuparore

PakahaPakaha
PapangoPapango
Parakeet, Antipodes IslandAntipodes parakeet
PararaParara
ParekarekaParekareka
PatekePateke

Penguin: —
Erect crested penguinErect crested penguin
Hoiho, yellow-eyed Hoiho
Snares crested penguinSnares crested penguin
Tawaki, Fiordland crestedTawaki

Petrel, BlackBlack petrel
Petrel, Cook ’sCook ’s petrel
Petrel, New Zealand StormNew Zealand Storm Petrel
Petrel, WestlandWestland Petrel
PihoihoiPihoihoi
PipipiPipipi
PiwauwauPiwauwau
PohoweraPohowera
PopokateaPopokatea
PutangitangiPutangitangi

RiroriroRiroriro 

Shag, KingRowi
Shag, Pitt Island Pitt Island shag
Shearwater, Buller ’s Buller ’s shearwater
Shearwater, Hutton’sHutton’s Shearwater

TaikoTaiko
TakaheTakahe
Takahikare–moanaTakahikare–moana
Tara–itiTara–iti
TarapiroeTarapiroe
TawakiTawaki
TiekeTieke 
TitipounamuTitipounamu 
Torea–pangoTorea–pango
ToutouwaiToutouwai
TuiTui 
TuturiwhatuTuturiwhatu
TuturuatuTuturuatu

WekaWeka
WeweiaWeweia
WhioWhio

Wrens: —
RiflemanTitipounamu 
Rock wrenPiwauwau

Albatross: —
Black–browed albatross
Grey–headed albatross
Shy albatross
Light–mantled sooty
Wandering albatross

Amokura
Arctic Skua
Australian coot
Australasian little grebe

Black–fronted dotterel
Blue petrel

Cape pigeon
Cattle egret

Grey ternlet

Hakoakoa
Huahou

Kahu
Karoro
Karuhiruhi
Kawau
Kawaupaka
Koitareke
Korora
Kotare
Kotuku
Kotuku-ngutupapa
Kuaka
Kuruwhengi

Little shearwater 

Matuku
Matuku moana
Moho-pereru

Oi

Pacific Golden Plover
Pangurunguru
Parera

Penguin: —
Adelie penguin
Chinstrap penguin
Emperor penguin
Gentoo penguin
King penguin
Korora, blue penguin
Rockhopper penguin

Pipiwharauroa 
Piwakawaka 
Poaka
Pukeko
Puteketeke
Puweto

Red–necked stint
Ruru 

Shag, Little black
South polar skua
Spur–wing plover

Takapu
Tara
Taranui
Tarapunga
Tauhou
Tete
Titi
Titi Wainui
Toanui
Torea
Toroa
Turnstone

Wedge-tailed shearwater
Welcome swallow
Whiroia
White–chinned petrel
White–faced heron
White–headed petrel

Albatross: —
Black–browed albatross
Buller’s albatross
Grey–headed albatross
Shy albatross
Light–mantled sooty
Royal albatross
Wandering albatross

Bell bird
Bittern
Black Robin
Bush wren
Cormorant
Crake, Marsh
Crake, Spotless
Creeper, Brown
Cuckoo, Long–tailed
Cuckoo, Shining
Dabchick
Dotterel, Banded
Dotterel, New Zealand
Duck, Blue
Duck, Grey
Duck, Paradise
Eagle, Haast
Falcon, New Zealand
Fantail
Fulmar, antarctic
Fernbird
Gannet, Australasian
Godwit
Grebe, Australasian crested
Grebe, Australasian little
Gull, Black–backed
Gull, Black–billed
Gull, Red–billed
Hawk, Harrier
Heron, Reef
Heron, White
Kingfisher
Knot
Lark, New Zealand ground
Morepork
Muttonbird
Oystercatcher, pied
Oystercatcher, variable
Owl, Laughing
Parakeet, Antipodes Island
Parakeet, NZ (orange-crowned)
Parakeet, NZ (red-crowned)
Parakeet, NZ (yellow-crowned)
Parrot, Mountain
Parrot, Owl
Parson Bird

Penguin: —
Penguin, Adelie
Penguin, Blue
Penguin, Chinstrap
Penguin, Emperor
Penguin, Erect crested
Penguin, Fiordland crested
Penguin, Gentoo
Penguin, King
Penquin, Rockhopper
Penguin, Snares crested
Penguin, Yellow-eyed
Petrel: —
Petrel, black
Petrel, black-bellied storm
Petrel, blue
Petrel, Chatham
Petrel, common diving
Petrel, Cook ’s
Petrel, giant
Petrel, grey
Petrel, grey-backed storm
Petrel, grey–faced
Petrel, magenta
Petrel, mottled
Petrel, New Zealand Storm
Petrel, Pycroft’s
Petrel, Westland
Petrel, white-bellied storm
Petrel, white–chinned
Petrel, white–faced storm
Petrel, white–headed
Petrel, white–naped
Petrel, Wilson’s storm

Pigeon, Cape
Pigeon, New Zealand
Pipit, New Zealand
Plover, Pacific Golden
Plover, Shore
Prion, Antarctic
Prion, Broad-billed
Prion, Fairy
Quail, New Zealand
Rail, Banded
Red-legged partridge
Rifleman
Robin, Black
Robin, New Zealand
Saddleback
Scaup, New Zealand

Shag: —
Shag, Black
Shag, King
Shag, Little (pied)
Shag, Little black
Shag, Pied
Shag, Spotted
Shearwater: —
Shearwater, Fleshfooted
Shearwater, Fluttering
Shearwater, Hutton’s
Shearwater, Sooty
Shearwater, Wedge-tailed

Shoveler, Australasian
Silvereye
Skua, Arctic
Skua, Brown
Skua, South polar
Snipe, New Zealand
Spoonbill, Royal
Stilt, black
Stilt, Pied
Stint, Red–necked
Stitchbird
Swamp hen
Teal, brown
Teal, grey
Tern, black–fronted
Tern, Caspian
Tern, Fairy
Tern, White–fronted
Thrush, New Zealand
Tomtit
Tropicbird, Red–tailed
Turnstone
Warbler, Grey
Whitehead
Woodhen, New Zealand
Wren, Bush
Wren, Rock
Wrybill
Yellowhead

 

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