Yellow-eyed Penguin References

BirdLife International 2008. Megadyptes antipodes. In: IUCN 2009. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2009.2. <www.iucnredlist.org>. Downloaded on 30 November 2009.

BirdLife International 2000.  Threatened birds of the world.  In Stattersfield, A. J. and D. R. Capper. (eds) Barcelona and Cambridge, UK, Lynx Edicions and BirdLife International.

Boessenkool, S., J. J. Austin, T. H. Worthy, P. Scofield, A. Cooper, P. J. Seddon, and J. M. Waters.  2009.  Relict or colonizer?   Extinction and range expansion of penguins in southern New Zealand.  Proceedings of The Royal Society of Biological Sciences. 267:815-821.

Darby, J.T. and P. J. Seddon.  1990. Breeding biology of Yellow-Eyed Penguins (Megadyptes antipodes).  In Davis, L. S. and Darby J. T. (eds) Penguin Biology.  45-62.  San Diego.  Academic Press.

Lalas, C., H. Ratz, K. McEwan, S. McConkey.  2007. Predation by the New Zealand sea lions (Phocarctos hookeri) as a threat to the viability of yellow-eyed penguins (Megadyptes antipodes) at Otago Peninsula, New Zealand.  Biological Conservation. 135:235-246.

Massaro, M. and D. Blair.  2003.  Comparison of population numbers of yellow-eyed penguins, Megadyptes antipodes, on Stewart Island and on adjacent cat-free islands.  New Zealand Journal of Ecology.  27:103-113.

Massaro, M., L. S. Davis, J. T. Darby, G. J. Robertson, and A. N. Setiawan. Intraspecific variation of incubation periods in Yellow-eyed Penguins Megadyptes antipodes: testing the influence of age, laying date and egg size.

Mattern, T., U. Ellenberg, D. M. Houston, and L. S. Davis.  2007.  Consistent foraging routes and benthic foraging behavior in yellow-eyed penguins.  Marine Ecology Progress Series.  343:295-306.

McClung, M. R., P. J. Seddon, M. Massaro, and A. N. Setiawan.  2004.  Nature-based tourism impacts on yellow-eyed penguins Megadyptes antipodes: does unregulated visitor access affect fledging weight and juvenile survival?  Biological Conservation. 119:279-285.

McKinlay, B. 2001.  Hoiho (Megadyptes antipodes) Recovery Plan, 2000-2005. New Zealand Department of Conservation Threatened Species Recovery Plan 35.

Moore, P. J., D. Fletcher, and J. Amey.  2001.  Population estimates of Yellow-eyed Penguins, Megadyptes antipodes, on Campbell Island 1987-88.  Emu. 101:225-236.

Peacock, L., M. Paulin, and J. Darby.  2000.  Investigations into climate influence on population dynamics of yellow-eyes penguins Megadyptes antipodes.  New Zealand Journal of Zoology.  27:317-325.

Richdale, L. E.  1957.  A population study of penguins.  Oxford.  Clarendon Press.

Ratz, H., J. T. Darby, K. Edge, C. Thompson.  2004.  Survival and breeding of yellow-eyed penguins (Megadyptes antipodes), at two locations on Otago Peninsula, South Island, New Zealand, 1991-96.  New Zealand Journal of Zoology.  31:133-147.

Ratz, H. and C. Thompson.  1999.  Who is watching whom? Checks of impacts of tourists on yellow-eyed penguins, (Megadyptes antipodes).  Marine Ornithology.  27:205-210.

Setiawan, A. N., J. T. Darby, and D. M. Lambert.  2004.  The use of morphpometric measurements to sex Yellow-Eyed Penguins.  Waterbirds.  27:96-101.

Setiawan, A. N., L. S. Davis., J. T. Darby, P. M. Lokman, G. Young, M. A. Blackberry, B. L. Cannell, G. B. Martin.  2007.  Effects of artificial social stimuli on the reproductive schedule and hormone levels of yellow-eyed penguins (Megadyptes antipodes).  Hormones and Behavior.  51:46-53.