Archives For Hauraki Gulf Marine Park

An enterprising small business called 2nd Hand Golf work with golf clubs around Aotearoa, helping them with habitat restoration and predator-control on their golf course, to give native birds a safe place to live and thrive.

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Imagine the day when we might share our lives and properties with endangered native birds, insects, and a lizard to two. Over on Aotea/Great Barrier Island, this happened to locals, Kim and Frances. Living up to the title of a ‘lounge lizard’, a chevron skink was found perching on the arm of their sofa, living la vida.

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New Zealand is a global hotspot for sea sponges, they are the most common marine invertebrates around New Zealand’s coastline. Some could be mistaken for colourful splashes of paint on rocks, while others look like lace, seaweed, or fungi.

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