The number of Pacific Golden Plover seen at Pūkorokoro-Miranda this summer may be the most ever recorded here, a development which will hopefully help inspire more research on where they come from, writes Jim Eagles. As we wandered from
If you are familiar with the natural features of the Pukorokoro Miranda coast and you are remembering your visits here, what is the first image that springs to mind? The shell banks per.haps? The massed flocks of godwits and what
PMNT’s groundbreaking work to locate – and consequently seek to protect – the roosts around the Yellow Sea vital to our migratory shorebirds has just taken two huge steps forward. One team of observers has just returned from North Korea
For several years now PMNT has been involved in shorebird surveys in the Yellow Sea region, but this year’s work took on a slightly different angle. As well as completing bird counts, we wanted to try to answer the
We are proud to announce that the reknown bookshop at the Miranda Shorebird Centre – possibly the finest collection of natural history books on birds all in the one place in New Zealand – is now open for business online!