Archives For Hauraki Gulf Marine Park

This week we celebrate women and girls in science whose work is helping to restore the mauri/well-being of the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park/Ko te Pātaka kai o Tīkapa Moana. Today we focus on the scientists who help protect the Gulf islands as well as the seabird species that connect these terrestrial systems to the sea.

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During the summer months, in various hotspots along the North Island’s east coast, majestic oceanic manta rays can often be seen exploiting our planktonic-rich waters. We catch-up with Lydia Green of Manta Watch New Zealand to tell us all about these wonderful and amazing creatures!

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Today marks International Day of Women and Girls in Science. To celebrate, we are showcasing the fantastic work of wahine toa who contribute significantly to the mauri/well-being of the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park/Ko te Pātaka kai o Tīkapa Moana, as the Park celebrates its 20th birthday on 27 February this year.

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