New Zealand dotterel is a familiar bird of sandy east coast beaches in the northern North Island, but is sparsely distributed around much of the rest of the country. A total of 2075 northern New Zealand dotterels was counted in the 2011 breeding-season census. Southern New Zealand dotterels reached a low of 62 birds in 1992 and in 2015 there were fewer than 200 birds.
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