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Written by Linda Donaldson   
Sunday, 15 November 2015

The Ngunguru Sandspit Shorebird Count, 14 November 2015 report, records lower bird numbers than usual.

This is disappointing and now is a good time to remind people of the WDC bylaw for the Ngunguru Sandspit/Horahora area.

Dogs are prohibited on the entire beach area but are allowed by permit only on the Department of Conservation Land.

DoC's sandspit sign

It is also very important for people to observe the DoC bird nesting signs (the nesting sites are not individually marked or taped off) and people need to be aware that the nests can be where you least expect them and the birds can be nesting from now through to March.

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