Banks Peninsula

Bell, B.D. 1961. Banks Peninsula - spotted shag census and itinerant observations. Unpublished report. NZ Wildlife Service.
Beggs, W. 2012. Yellow Eyed Penguin Observations Banks Peninsula 11/12 Season. Report prepared for Department of Con-servation
Brager, S., Stanley, S. 1999. Near-shore distribution and seasonal abundance of White-flippered Penguins (Eudyptula minor albosignata) at Banks Peninsula, New Zealand. Notornis 46:365-372
Challies, C.N.; Burleigh, R.R. 2004. Abundance and breeding distribution of the white-flippered penguin (Eudyptula minor albosignata) on Banks Peninsula, New Zealand. Notornis 51: 1-6.
Crossland, A.C., Crutchley, P. 2012. Potential Sites of Ecological Significance for Birdlife on Banks Peninsula. Report for the Christchurch City Council.
Doherty Brager 1997. The breeding of Spotted Shags (Stictocarbo punctatus punctatus) on Banks Peninsula: 36 years lat-er. Notornis 44: 49-56.
Fenwick,G.D.; Browne, W.M.M. 1975. Breeding of the spotted shag at Whitewash Head, Banks Peninsula. Journal of the Roy-al Society of New Zealand 5:31-45.
Harrow, G. 1971. Yellow-eyed penguins breeding on Banks Peninsula. Notornis 18: 199-201.
Potts, T.H. 1882. Out in the open: a budget of scraps of natural history gathered in New Zealand. Lyttelton Times Co. Ltd., Christchurch.
Turbott, E.G., Bell, B.D. 1995. A census of spotted shags (Stictocarbo punctatus punctatus) breeding on Banks Peninsula in 1960. Notornis 42: 197-202.
Wilson, K-J. 2008. A brief survey of breeding seabirds on 4 islets off Banks Peninsula, South Island, New Zealand. Notornis 55: 101-103.

Further resources

Recommended citation
BirdLife International (2022) Important Bird Areas factsheet: Banks Peninsula. Downloaded from on 14/08/2022.