Motutapu re-opened to the public on Labour Weekend, seven months after Cyclone Debbie damaged roads and tracks. The Rotary Centennial Loop Track has been repaired, helped by the Rotary Club of Newmarket and Dole NZ, and the campground at Home Bay is open but numbers are restricted due to damage.
Where does the pacific golden plover – the kuriri – come from?
The shores of Miranda, in the Firth of Thames, are the part-time home to the kuriri. The fourth most common of the Arctic migrants ... more
Attracting Spotted Shags back to the Noises
The Hauraki Gulf is home to a threatened population of Spotted Shags, thought to be genetically distinct. Whilst the Spotted Shag is relatively common ... more
Dive into Seaweek 2019 from this weekend
Seaweek 2019 kicks off this Saturday, 2 March. There is plenty on offer, with some 200 events, including more than 50 in Auckland, 40 ... more
There’s a kiwi in the wheelhouse
Fullers360’s role in moving precious cargo throughout the Hauraki ... more
Growing the rare shore plover / tūturuatu population
In December the Department of Conservation announced that seven critically endangered shore plover chicks have hatched on pest-free Motutapu Island in the Hauraki Gulf, ... more
What threats do seabirds face?
A comprehensive new book on the challenges for ... more