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Written by Wade Doak   
Thursday, 17 January 2008

Ngunguru Sandspit or Pimanu: ‘gulls’ cry’ is precious habitat for a wide range of wading birds and sea birds. Many of these birds are endangered. They need refuge from human activities that disturb their nesting sites and feeding patterns; from dogs, cats and other predators. As with marine reserves, New Zealand urgently needs marine sandspit reserves. Most  have been developed for housing.  Pimanu should be for the birds. Wade and Jan Doak.


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