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Birds New Zealand and Te Papa Press are producing a super-sized special issue of Notornis in place of the March 2020 issue. A version of the book will also be available for sale via book retailers. Read more
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Still looking for that perfect Christmas gift? Why not give someone a 2020 Birds NZ subscription and help encourage the study, use of knowledge and enjoyment of birds? Send an email and tell us which membership option you would like to gift, and you receive a voucher! Subscriptions are available from $17.50! More details are available here. All […]
The Membership Secretary is a very important, voluntary role for the Society. If you are interested in this position, have computer skills and some spare time, then please get in touch! The Membership Secretary role description is available here.
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Birds New Zealand members Jordi Tablada and Shaun Lee have created a useful online guide for identifying NZ birds by their footprints. You can check it out at nztracker.org and read about the project here. If you can help with footprint photos or measurements please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tawaki have now concluded their winter journeys and are currently engaging in breeding. Read the latest report here.
Download the latest Northland “Amokura” newsletter here Other recent newsletters from around the regions are available here
The New Zealand Bird Atlas was launched on 1 June at the 2019 New Zealand Birds Conference. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram to track the Atlas project and keep up to date with our latest findings. If you haven’t yet become involved in the Atlas project, please visit www.birdatlas.co.nz to find out how to take part. This is […]
With the winter season soon turning into spring, we need your help in increasing our knowledge of a very important aspect of bird behaviour! With the Nest Recording Scheme you can help to fill the gaps in our knowledge. Are you able to observe birds nesting in your garden or neighbourhood park; or are you […]
A set of 12 new greetings cards were offered for sale at the recent Birds New Zealand conference. The new cards depict 12 different New Zealand birds and also show the new society logo. They are popular and many were sold. Cards are folded for use; they are shown flat in these photographs These greetings […]
Thank you for my co-option onto Council. Although originally from Seatoun, Wellington, for the last 35 years I have called Hawke’s Bay home. Recently ‘retired’ – my background is in nursing and farming and tertiary studies include social sciences (anthropology), tropical diseases and nursing. I have always had a great passion and respect for the […]
New Zealand is home to six of the world’s eighteen currently recognized penguin species. Four of these species are endemic and only occur in New Zealand. Despite the species richness and New Zealand’s reputation for international leadership in conservation, very little is actually known about our penguins. With five of our six species believed to […]
The 2019 New Zealand Bird Conference and Birds New Zealand AGM in Wellington was a significant and memorable event! Here are some of the highlights: 80th Anniversary of Birds New Zealand Launch of the “New Zealand Bird Atlas Project“ Signing of MoU “Young Birders NZ & Birds New Zealand” Robert Falla Memorial Award: Andrew Crossland MSA Awards: […]