NEW Zealand Pelagics

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Subject: NEW Zealand Pelagics
From: "Chris Lloyd" <>
Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2014 08:18:51 +1000
Kaikoura is definitely a great trip. I would add, though not strictly
pelagic, is the boat tours around Stewart Island. We managed to get a few
albatross, penguins (on shore and in the water), skua and sundry others
while cruising around. The Doubtful Sound trip is in the same category,
albeit expensive, as they cruise the Fiordland Crested colony and there we
saw sundries like Giant Petrels, shearwaters spp. and various
Charadriformes. The White Island cruise did not provide much on the various
times I have done it beyond storm-petrels and a view of the gannetry, it is
however a nice trip to a volcano. Boating/ferrying around the Hauraki Gulf
can also throw up some interesting birds. Ciao

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