Hauraki Gulf Marine Park Seminar
He Kōrero mō ngā manu o te Moana
Inspiring stories from the world of seabirds
This year’s popular Hauraki Gulf Marine Park Seminar takes its inspiration from seabirds ngā manu o te Moana.
Twenty seven seabirds find their home in the Hauraki Gulf Tīkapa Moana. Some breed nowhere else. Many roam the oceans between visits. These patterns help us to understand the workings and health of our marine environment.
Join scientists and kaitiaki (guardians) as they reveal the rich and complex lives of seabirds. Learn about research that is helping us to understand behaviour, foraging, distribution, and the risks from fishing and predators. Hear stories of determined restoration effort and responsibility.
What insights can seabirds provide about the ways we could and should manage and utilise the Gulf into the future?
Join the Hauraki Gulf Forum and the Northern NZ Seabird Trust for a day of immersion in the fascinating world of seabirds.
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$40 + booking fee (catered lunch and teas provided)
Bookings recommended. Door sales subject to availability. Book at ticket desks, +64 9 306 7048 or secure your spot online. Early booking is recommended as this seminar sells out. Catered lunch provided.
A booking fee of $3 applies to each offsite transaction.
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Discuss the seminar live at the Museum or from where ever you are. Post your comments and questions using the #HaurakiGulfHorizon hashtag.
During this one day event, there will be over fifteen speakers from young seabird conservationists to field researchers. Read more
Confirmed timetable of the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park Seminar.Read more