- Puffinus huttoni
38 cm. Black above and white below. Uniform blackish-brown upperparts, merging at side of head below eye to whitish chin, throat. Mostly dull white underparts with brownish sides to breast, thigh patches. Greyish underwing, darker brown at trailing edge.
South Island, New Zealand.
Mountain slopes and scrubland.
It digs its burrows on gentle to steep mountain slopes under tussock grass or low alpine scrubland.
Diet includes small fish and krill.