WWII History concealed in the depths of the Hauraki Gulf
Shipwrecks can trigger a suite of sentiments. In some instances, […]
A pointed predicament: the long-spined sea urchin
The most intimidating looking urchin in NZ has to be the long-spined sea urchin; Centrostephanus rodgersii. Its perceived threat however, is caused by much more than its appearance.
Why are crayfish numbers falling even in our no-take Marine Reserves?
Long term monitoring data provides insight into declining crayfish numbers in the Hauraki Gulf marine reserves.
Sanctuaries Of The Gulf: The Significance Of Being ‘Predator Free’
Protecting seabirds from introduced predators makes a significant impact on our Gulf Island ecosystems, and it’s something which we can all pitch in to help with.
A win for the ‘Other Guys’: New recreational fishing rules include all finfish in combined daily limit
In the Hauraki Gulf, Tīkapa Moana Te Moananui-ā-Toi, the collective […]
Mantas – a magical sight in the Hauraki Gulf
The metaphorical phrase ‘finding a needle in a haystack’ has […]