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Located only an hour from Auckland the Pukorokoro Miranda Shorebird Centre is an excellent stop to escape the city and have a look at some of New Zealand’s amazing birdlife. With nearly half of the population of the endemic Wrybill found at Pukorokoro Miranda during part of the year, and with numbers of shorebirds often exceeding 10,000 the coastline is almost a mandatory stop for any birdwatcher passing by.

Visit the Shorebird Centre and find out what birds are around, stay with us for a weekend escape from the bustle of the city or join us for one of our regular events.

Next Event March 5th Farewell to the birds

Rachel Withington. – Wrybill – What do they eat?

Speaker at 10.00 a.m. followed by birding in the afternoon  More events

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Slime, Shorebirds, and a Scientific Mystery - EAST ASIAN-AUSTRALASIAN FLYWAY PARTNERSHIP

Do Wrybill eat biofilm? Rachel Withington will reveal all on Sunday March 5th at 10am. She is our speaker on autumn Migration Day at the Pukorokoro..

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“THE OLD HIDE MEETS ITS MAKER!” The “old hide” celebrated its 21st anniversary by becoming totally wrecked. It has survived re-location and several..

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Timeline Photos

5,000+ godwit going into body moult tend to litter the landscape with discarded feathers. Bathing seems to be more frequent and birds often dip..

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Members of PMNT wear many hats. Last weekend a number went along to support an event sponsored by Port Waikato Beachcare. The focus was on children..

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