Find out about the Trust’s work in North Korea. More details will be available in PMNT News or contact the Shorebird Centre.
In Feb the arctic migrants are getting into their breeding plumage – red chests for the male godwits, fine brown barring for the females. A juvenile Black-billed Gull has unexpectedly took up residence in Widgery Lake, it left and in
As part of our 40th anniversary celebrations Pukorokoro Miranda is running two competitions to focus on our bird of the year: the Bar-tailed Godwit. The first is for school-aged children to design a poster about the life of the godwit (years
Our events page has been updated to show the stunning line up of speakers that we have in 2015 – Year of the godwit and the trusts 40th anniversary.
There are plenty of godwits recently returned to Miranda, including a sprinkling of juveniles. The Black-billed Gulls appear to be attempting to breed on the shellbanks again this year and are keeping things chaotic. Its great to have the Red-necked
The big flocks of Arctic migrants have departed on their way north. By now the godwits should be heading to Alaska. The wrybill flock is now the highlight of the stilt ponds, with their flights looking stunning in the lower