New Zealand is really about two types of birding, seabirds, which involves pelagics and whale-watching trips, and endemics. The latter group, which includes Kiwi, waders, the huge Takahe, and such families as Wattlebirds, involves visits to offshore islands and specific mainland sites. This is because much of the original habitat has disappeared, and introduced predators have decimated the populations of birds which have always nested on or near the ground. Much conservation work is being done to create predator-free islands which can also be returned to the original flora as far as possible. Re-locating endangered species to these areas has resulted in great success in many cases.
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