Threats to seabirds of northern Aotearoa New Zealand
Whitehead, E.A.; Adams, Nigel; Baird, K.A.; Bell, E.A.; Borelle, S.B.; Dunphy, B.J.; Gaskin, C.P.; Landers, T.J.; Rayner, M.J.; Russell, J.C.
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Citation:Whitehead, E.A., Adams, N., Baird, K.A., Bell, E.A., Borelle, S.B., Dunphy, B.J., Gaskin, C.P., Landers, T.J., Rayner, M.J., & Russell, J.C. (2019). Threats to Seabirds of Northern Aotearoa New Zealand. Auckland: Northern New Zealand Seabird Trust.
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This report aims to assess current and emerging threats to seabirds in Northern New Zealand, particularly the wider Hauraki Gulf region, and to identify knowledge gaps. In doing so, both research and conservation action can be prioritized to best mitigate threats to seabirds in the region. 1. What are current threats to seabirds in Northern New Zealand? 2. What are the knowledge gaps regarding seabird species in Northern New Zealand? 3. What are the knowledge gaps regarding threats to seabirds in Northern New Zealand? This report has been prepared by Edin Whitehead (University of Auckland), with Nigel Adams (Unitec Institute of Technology), Karen Baird (Forest & Bird/BirdLife international, NNZST), Biz Bell (Wildlife Management International Ltd.), Stephanie Borrelle (NNZST, Ocean Conservancy/University of Toronto & University of Georgia), Brendon Dunphy (University of Auckland), Chris Gaskin (NNZST), Todd Landers (Auckland Council), Matt Rayner (Auckland Museum) & James Russell (University of Auckland)