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Australasian Gannet (takapu) 
The Gannet is a devoted marine bird, who as an adult can grow to about 85-90cm in length, with a total wingspan of approximately 180cm.
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Bar-tailed Godwit 
The Bar-tailed Godwit grows up to 40cm, has brownish upper-parts, white underbelly, and are mostly found around shorelines throughout New Zealand.
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Bellbird (korimako, makomako) 
Of the Bellbird's 3 distinct songs, one is sung in bell-like tones, which is where the bird gets his name. It's one of our most widespread endemic songbirds.
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Black Billed Gull (tarapunga) 
The Black Billed Gull, predominantly found in the South Island, grows to approx. 37 cm in length and is very much an inland bird prefering lakes and riverbeds.
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Black Shag (kawau-tua-whenua) 
The Black Shag is widespread across much of North America, Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and NZ. It's a large 80-85 cm in length with mostly black plumage.
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Black Stilt (kaki) 
The Black Stilt is one of the worlds most endangered birds, with only about 50 to 60 birds total in the wild and in captive breeding.
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Black Swan (Wani) 
The Black Swan, an introduced bird, grow to almost 1.5m in length with a wingspan of almost 2m. They can be found in wetlands throughout New Zealand.
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Blackbird (Manu Pango) 
The Blackbird can be found in gardens throughout New Zealand. The male is all black with a yellow bill. Females and the young being dark brown in colour.
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