Saturday, November 19, 2016

We were up till 2 am for the Kiwi-watch, but still got up quite early for our first daytime birding. We stayed around Kerikeri with Carol. She showed us some tough to find birds.

Sandy beach on the eastern coast near Kerikeri.

















New Zealand Dotterel, a rare endemic with a global population of cca. 2000 -2500 birds.













New Zealand Pipit and Dotterel.








Pacific Reef Heron.













New Zealand Piegon, another endemic.













The rare skulking endemic Fernbird gave us good views.












Juvenile North Island Robin.

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