The Pūkorokoro Miranda News is the main publication of the organisation.
New Zealand Wader Study Group News is also published through the Trust
The Trust has also published the
Yalu Jiang Estuary Shorebird Survey Report 1999 – 2010.
Issues of Pūkorokoro Miranda News will be placed on the internet about six months after publication. They are in a .pdf format which requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to read. If you do not have this program it can be found
here. Click on the picture to open the issue.
Pūkorokoro Miranda News is published 4 times a year, typically in February, May, August and November. If you have any questions please contact the editor
The PM joins the flock. Shoal Bay shorebirds. Bitterns!
The Godwit Alarm Clock. Skuas visit the shellbank.
China and New Zealand agree to protect waders.
Red-necked stint. PMNT and DoC delegation to China.
Godwit – Bird of the Year. Feeding habits of the Wrybill.
August-15 Photo competition results. Shorebird Surveys in North Korea
May-15: NZ and China and Fonterra work for shorebird protection
February-15, Year of the Godwit. New Zealand Skylarks.
November-14 Eastern Curlews, Red Knots in the flyway, Caspian Terns in NZ
August 2014: A new name Royal Spoonbill migration A Buff Breasted Sandpiper
May 2014: Yalu Jiang Report launched, New Boardwalk to hide
February 2014, An update on E7 and E0, Shorebird populations in the Flyway collapse, 150 diatoms
November 2013: Braided Rivers, New Signs along trail erected, Keith Woodley honoured
August 2013, Change of name, 20 years at Miranda, Migrants in the Gulf of Carpenteria
May 2013, THE BIOBLITZ! Annual Report and accounts. Marsh Sandpiper spotted at Miranda.
February 2013, Shore Plover at Miranda Chenier Plains Management of the coastal strip
November 2012, NZ Dotterels after the Rena, Knot gets NZ threat ranking Keith Woodley’s book released,
August 2012, What makes a good roost, Wrybills in the Rangitata,New editor!
November 2011 Shorebirds on the Chatham Islands; Curlew migration
August 2011, Red Knots in Crisis, On Vagrancy, Membership details
May 2011, Shorebirds and Disturbance, Bohai Bay in Danger, Farming and Shorebirds
February 2011; Birdlife Internationals role in the Pacific, Migration of Ruddy Turnstone