Kaipātiki is the home to an amazing variety of native birds.
The population and diversity of species looks like they are on the rise as a result or volunteer predator control and bush restoration.
Kaipātiki is fortunate to have significant ecological sensitive areas that provide habitats for nesting and food source for our native birds.
Kaipātiki is doing its part to deliver the North West Wildlife Link that provides a flight path and sanctuary for birds between the Waitakere Ranges and the Gulf Islands.
For more information about birds in our area visit our 2019 blog article about monitoring bird life in Kaipātiki, or brush up on your identification skills by:
Taking the DOC website free online bird ID course
Reading the news and articles on the North Shore Forest & Bird https://www.forestandbird.org.nz/branches/north-shore page
Reading and listening to the calls on the NZ Birds Online website http://nzbirdsonline.org.nz/
Borrowing books from the library
Visiting a facebook page like the 'New Zealand Bird Photography' facebook group