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Secrets of New Zealand
Kahawai bird, sea-swallow, black-cap, grenadier, are some of the names by
which this common and widely distributed bird is known in different districts.
North of the Bay of Islands it is infrequently seen, but elsewhere along the coast,
The Emu: Official Organ of the Australasian Ornithologists' ...
The "Kahawai bird" of his local informants is the Fluttering Shearwater (
Reinholdia reinholdi Mathews, or Puffinus gavia of most authors). The popular
name "Kahawai bird" has become almost useless as a term of identification.
Years ago it ...
The New Zealand beach and boating book
WHITE-FRONTED TERN (TARA) This small bird is sometimes known as the
kahawai bird as it feeds on the same small fish which are chased by kahawai.
Flocks of terns are an excellent indicator of the presence of kahawai. They have
Specialised Diving Bird "There are many species of this specialised diving bird,
the two most commonly seen in Auckland being the white-fronted tern (or
kahawai bird) and the Caspian tern, a cosmopolitan bird, whose summer
colouring of ...
Game Fishing Off the Australian Coast
I have heard it called the kahawai bird in New Zealand, but judging by the
thousands of gulls that one sees off Cape Brett following the great schools of
kahawai, I think the silver gull has more right to that name. At times mutton-birds
have been ...
The Bulletin of the Massachusetts Audubon Society
January, 1956 Merrill Moore Otehei Bay Bay Islands, N. Z •This folder, entitled "
Protect Local Bird- life," lists many of the protected species of the island, including
Reef Heron, Kahawai Bird, Fairy Tern, Red-fronted Parrakeet, Dipchick, ...
Massachusetts Audubon Society, 1956
Refocus on New Zealand Birds
... this stage have a mottled fawn and grey plumage with a prominent dark mark
in front of the eye. The bill and feet remain a dark brown until the adult plumage is
developed. HABITAT. The White-fronted Tern or Kahawai Bird is very common.
Deep Sea Big Game Fishing, Bay of Islands, New Zealand: A ...
... day's fishing, is an exceedingly interesting and pleasant operation. (See page
9) . Kahawai breaching on light tackle. Reels are oiled, hooks inspected. C. Alma
Baker Casting for Kalian ui with light rod. School of Kahawai, Bird Rock, Bay of ...
Focus on New Zealand Birds
The Terns are some of our most graceful fliers, and the White-fronted Tern (
Sterna or kahawai bird, can often be watched at close quarters from a boat as
they daintily hover over a shoal of sprats or whitebait, quickly dropping on their
prey with ...
The unusual name given is to be explained by the fact that there were several
Australian and New Zealand members in the crew of the Aurora, who would
know the name "kahawai bird" commonly applied to Sterna strutta in New
Thomas Harvey Johnston, 1937