New legislative ‘tools’ have been proposed to help establish more marine protection in the Gulf. Up until 28 October you can share your feedback with DOC on these proposals which support the restoration and conservation of important ecosystems.
Shipwrecks can trigger a suite of sentiments. In some instances, […]
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.
Long term monitoring data provides insight into declining crayfish numbers in the Hauraki Gulf marine reserves.
Invasive species or ‘pests’ pose a significant threat to native […]
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.
Changes to the daily recreational fishing limits on finfish brought […]
In the Hauraki Gulf, Tīkapa Moana Te Moananui-ā-Toi, the collective […]
Kelp – a collective term for large brown algae species […]
The metaphorical phrase ‘finding a needle in a haystack’ has […]
Shaun Lee shows how the Gulf and everyones mahi to fix it are connected through the movement of larvae.
Sound travels exceptionally well in the ocean’s vast expanse, conveying […]