Chatham Islands Snipe

Its natural habitats are temperate forests and temperate grassland.

The Chatham Islands Snipe is classified as Vulnerable (VU), considered to be facing a high risk of extinction in the wild.

(Coenocorypha pusilla) Chatham Islands Snipe Add this Bird STATISTICS: Total Species on Checklist: 76 Species Reported: 36 RECENT SIGHTINGS IN THIS REGION: Little Stint Map | 05/12/2010 American Woodcock Map | 05/04/2010 Solitary Sandpiper Map | 05/01/2010 Black Turnstone Map | 05/01/2010 Dunlin Map | 05/01/2010 More

for Chatham Islands Snipe on a remote island. Days in the Chatham Island and Pitt Island forests should give us encounters with endemic land birds including Chatham Gerygone and Parea (Chatham Island Pigeon) while the rocky shoreline hosts the Chatham Islands Shag and Pitt Island Shag. For a full itineraries and prices please contact us at More

Order : Charadriiformes
Family : Scolopacidae
Genus : Coenocorypha
Species : pusilla
Authority : (Buller, 1869)