Recent Sightings Archive - Miranda Shorebird Centre

By: Miranda Shorebird Centre  06-Dec-2011

Most of the Arctic Migrants have headed off on their journey north, SIPO are using the normal roost at Miranda and the smaller roost at the south of Kaiaua, but Wrybill are largely found between Taramaire and the limeworks.  A Marsh Sandpiper has recently arrived, it will be interesting to see if it stays the [..]

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An update on the Trust’s April 2009 trip to North Korea Shorebird researchers from New Zealand have discovered a direct link involving this country, North Korea and the United States. Among flocks of over 5,000 migratory birds near Pyongyang, were godwits from New Zealand, which had stopped there during northward migration to breeding grounds.