December 5, 2017 by
ARRG, Ashley, bird survey, Black-billed gull, climate change, kaki, kaki /black stilt, Makarora, Newsletters, NIWA, Waimakariri, wrybill
Greetings, Following on from our last newsletter, we are delighted to announce that Karikaas, makers of some of New Zealand’s yummiest cheeses, has partnered with BRaid. Their award-winning cheeses are now going to be packaged in ‘braided river bird’ themed boxes. Each handcrafted cheese includes information about wrybill, black-billed gulls, black-fronted terns, or banded dotterels, and […]
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December 5, 2015 by
Ashburton, Ashley, climate change, NIWA
The latest ‘hotspot’ maps from NIWA published yesterday paint a grim picture for farmers, but who’s paying attention to the impact on foothill braided rivers like the Ashburton and the Ashley Rakahuri?
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