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Do you know the name of the bird you are looking for?

Identify that bird – Step 1

We’ll help you identify a bird you’ve seen in three easy steps. First of all, select the location where you saw that bird:

 At sea (or dead on a beach)

 Coastal

 Harbour, estuary or rivermouth

 Lake, river or wetland

 Urban park or garden

 Farmland or horticultural block

 Forest (native or plantation)

 Mountain

 Chatham Islands (not at sea)

You have to let us know where you saw the bird before you can go onto the next step. Click or tap a bird location and then try again.

Do you know the name of the bird group you are looking for?

Search for birds by typing a location name

Or select a location from the map

Or select a location from below

 

Tiritiri Matangi Island

 

Zealandia / Karori Sanctuary

Kermadec seas Auckland East coastal waters Auckland West coastal waters Bay of Plenty coastal waters East Coast coastal waters West Coast coastal waters Cook Strait coastal waters Canterbury/Otago coastal waters Chatham Island coastal waters Foveaux/Stewart coastal waters Subantarctic seas Ross sea s01

You have to let us know what location you want to search in. Click or tap a location then try again.

Select birds with a particular conservation status.

Find out more about the NZ Threat Classification System on the Department of Conservation website.

Migrant

Coloniser

Vagrant

Nationally Critical

Nationally Endangered

Nationally Vulnerable

Declining

Recovering

Relict

Naturally Uncommon

Extinct since AD 1800

Extinct AD 1000 to 1800

Ancient fossils

      • Nationally Critical
      • Nationally Endangered
      • Nationally Vulnerable
      • Declining
      • Recovering
      • Relict
      • Naturally Uncommon
    • Migrant

      Coloniser

      Vagrant

      • Extinct since AD 1800
      • Extinct AD 1000 to 1800
      • Ancient fossils

You have to let us know what status you want to search on. Click or tap a status then try again.

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