Tag: farewell spit
The superpod of whales (on the right) approaches the area where the stranded whales are lying
Posted by Sue on 12 February 2017
Posted in Whales;Tags: farewell spit whale stranding pilot whales
Summer is gannet season on Farewell Spit. The Australasian gannet colony, at the far seaward tip of the spit, is New Zealand's only gannet colony at sea level (or almost)...
Posted by Sue Farley on 4 November 2016Tags: farewell spit Australasian gannets Eco Tours New Zealand Bird Watching New Zealand
A big part of what makes Farewell Spit so special is its attraction to migratory birds.
Posted by Sue Farley on 28 September 2016Tags: farewell spit bar-tailed godwits E7 Godwit Loss of habitat godwits migratory birds new zealand
Great news for everyone yesterday when the first godwit of the season was spotted. Paddy was out with an afternoon tour and saw it on the outer beach as they...
Posted by Default Admin and Sue Farley on 3 September 2016Tags: farewell spit bar-tailed godwits godwits wader birds
What's happening out on Farewell Spit in winter? It's well worth joining a winter tour to find out.
Posted by Sue Farley on 27 July 2016Tags: farewell spit winter tours farewell spit eco tours nz fur seals farewell spit lighthouse