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Other Endangered Petrels on the Internet 

A Taiko chick 3 weeks prior to fledging .


Photographs

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Taiko image  1
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photo Gavin Woodward

Taiko image  2
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Taiko chick 1 
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Taiko chick 2
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Taiko chick 3
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Taiko chick 4
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Taiko chick 5
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David Crockett rediscovery 1978
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Taiko research 1
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Taiko research 2
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Expedition basecamp 01 size 85 Kb

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Taiko burrow in forest   size 100 Kb

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Published Literature
 
 
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Copyright remains with the authors and respective publications reproduction without written permission is not permitted.
 
Bourne W.R.P. 1964: Relationship between the Magenta petrel and the Chatham Island taiko. Notomis 11: 39-44.
Crockett, D.E. 1979: Rediscovery of the Chatham Island taiko solved century old mystery. Forest and Bird 13 (4)
Crockett, D.E. 1994: Rediscovery of Chatham Island taiko Pterodroma magentae. Notornis (Supplement) 41: 49-60.
Fleming, C.A.  1939: Birds of the Chatham Islands in The Emu Vol 39,1939. pp330 - 408
Giglioli, Enrico Hillyer  1869: Note Into i-no Alla Distribuzione della Fauna Verebrata Nellíoceanoprese durante un viaggio intorno al Globo, 1865 - 68 (Stabilimento to Guiseppe Civelli, Firenze, 1870)  and Salvadori, T On Some New Procellariidae collected during a Voyage Around the World in 1865 - 1868 in H.LM.S. Magenta in Ibis Vol. 5, 1869. pp 61 - 68; and Salvadori, T. On Some other New and Little Known Birds Collected during the Voyage Around the World in 1865-68 of H.I.Mís.S. Magenta in Ibis Vol. 6, 1970. pp 185 - 187
Imber, M.J. 1994a: Seabirds recorded at the Chatham Islands, 1960 to May 1993. Notornis (Supplement) 41: 97-108
Imber, M.J.; Taylor, G.A.; Grant, A.D.; Munn, A. 1994a: Chatham Island Taiko (Pterodroma magentae) management and research, 1983-1992: predator control, productivity and breeding biology. Notornis (Supplement) 41: 61-68
Imber, M.J.; Crockett, D.E.; Gordon, A.H.; Best, H.A.; Douglas, M.E.; Cotter, R.N. 1994b: Finding the burrows of Chatham Island taiko Pterodroma magentae by radio telemetry.
Notomis (Supplement) 41: 69-96
Imber, M.J; Tennyson A.D.J.; Taylor G.A.; Johnson P.;  1998 : A Second intact specimen of the Chatham Island Taiko  ( Pterodroma magentae)   Notomis 45: 247-254
IUCN Species Survival Commission. 1994. IUCN Red List Categories.
King, M. 1989: Moriori: A people rediscovered. Viking, Auckland, New Zealand
Millar, C; Lambert, D. 1998: Investigation of sex and genetic relatedness in the critically endangered Chatham Island taiko using DNA technology. Massey University, Massey (draft manuscript).
Molloy, J.; Davis, A. 1994: Setting priorities for the conservation of New Zealandís threatened plants and animals. Department of Conservation, Wellington (2nd edition).
Sutton, D.G.: Marshall, Y.M 1977: Archaeological bird bone assemblages from Chatham Island: an interpretation. Working Papers in Archaeology 12. Anthropology Department, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand.
Taylor, G.A. 1991: Report on the Chatham Island taiko and Chatham Island petrel recovery programmes (1990/9 1). Threatened Species Occasional Publication No.2. Threatened Species Unit, Department of Conservation, Wellington, New Zealand.
Taylor, G.A. 2000: Action plan for seabird conservation in New Zealand. Part A Department of Conservation, Wellington, New Zealand.


 

Taiko material on the Internet
 

The following is a list of internet sites which either refer to the Chatham Island Taiko or are of a related nature.  We are not responsible for these sites or if the pages are removed without our knowledge.  We do however endeavour to check them on a regular basis, if you know of other sites that you think we may wish to place here please contact us.
 
 
Title Description  Source
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Chatham Island Taiko Description and history nzbirds.com
Chatham Island Taiko - description Desciption and History Ocean Wanderers
     


 

Other Endangered Petrels on the Internet
 
Name Information Source
Beck's Petrel  (Pterodroma becki)
Birdlife International-Birds to watch
Ocean Wanderers
Bermuda Petrel (Pterodroma cahow)
Bermuda Audbon Society
Island Resources Foundation
World Conservation Monitoring Centre
Surfbirds.com - Cahow
Ocean Wanders
Black-capped Petrel (Pterodroma hasitata)
Island Resources Foundation
Ocean Wanderers
Virtual Bird.com
Conservation Management Institute
Birding About.com
Chatham Petrel  (Pterodroma axillaris)
Birdlife International-Birds to watch
Fiji Petrel  (Pseudobulweria 
macgillivrayi) Birdlife International-Birds to watch
Ocean wanderers
   
 
Jamaica Petrel (Pterodroma caribbaea)
Birdlife International-Birds to watch
Island Resourses Foundation
Mascarene Petrel (Pterodroma aterrima)
Birdlife International-Birds to watch
Zino's Petrel (Pterodroma madeira)
World Conservation Monitoring Centre
Madeira's Nature Reserve
European Commission action plan
Ocean Wanderers

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