3 edition of NZ Seashore Guide found in the catalog.
NZ Seashore Guide
June 2, 1993 by Penguin Books (NZ) .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||152|
New Zealand has over 14, kilometres of coastline, the 10th longest length of coast in the world. Plus more resources in the Teachers Toolbox. One Tree Point offers a sheltered swimming spot with picture-perfect views of Mt Manaia across the water on Whangarei Heads. Use the Related Content links on each page to get the full story.
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Many trampers say it rivals them both. This alpine crossing takes you from the peaceful, beech-forested shores of lakes Te Anau and Manapouri to high tussock-lands and over Mt Luxmore. New Zealand has over 14, kilometres of coastline, the 10th longest length of coast in the world. Bird-watchers in particular will love it here, with a diverse range of species to be seen and heard. Collins Field Guide to the New Zealand Seashore 09 April This book is beautifully set out with clear colour photographs of each shell, plant or animal. For more information about this resource or other early childhood education matters please contact Aquatic Educator Lynley Stewart.
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It features important water safety advice for both children and their caregivers, including: Active adult supervision See Me Reach Me Hear Me ; and Wearing a correctly fitting lifejacket when fishing off the rocks or wharf, and when in small boats.
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The essential guide to New Zealand's inter-tidal wilderness - for every bach, glovebox and home library. To prevent your personal details being misused please do not put emails or phone numbers in questions.
Think again! Both Whangarei Centraland the Tutukaka Marina hold several launching points for diving, snorkelling and eco-tours out to the islands. These include big-winged coastal birds such as sooty shearwaters and mollymawks, as well as little blue penguins; beaky waders in the inlet such as dotterels, herons and godwits; and forest birds such as kiwi, bellbirds, parakeets, kereru, kaka and tomtits.
It is one of the country's great wilderness adventures, a magical journey from highlands to lowlands — through sheer gorges and over quick, bouncy rapids, amid dense native forest aquiver with bird life, including NZ's national icon, the kiwi.
Needless to say, this 1-hour walk up the metre mountain provides great views of the whole area.
This guide looks at transport, fishing and the recent increase of recreational activities. She hopes her guide is helping people to "dive a little deeper" and learn more about the unique intertidal environment.
Meanwhile on the seashore, of course, you have a choice of scenic beaches. They provide a range of free online resources that cover the ocean, freshwater and coastline that can help you with classes during Seaweek. They provide shelter for other species and buffer the coast from waves and erosion.
So I switched to Marine Science. You just need to press the buttons below and then download your book. The metre high waterfall can be admired from all angles, as you take the 5-minute walk from the top of the falls, down the side and to the pool below. The point of the beach is also a good place for fishing off the rocks.
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Seashore Ecology of New Zealand and the Pacific is destined to become a classic of New Zealand science and be taken up as a vital text for all undergraduate study in this subject. With nearly pages and over diagrams and illustrations, it is the definitive guide to the environments, flora and fauna of our unique and varied coast.
The Collins Field Guide to the New Zealand Seashore is packed with information on endemic and introduced species, including anemones, sea stars, crabs, barnacles, paua, mussels, clams, oysters - this is New Zealand's most comprehensive and up to date guide to our unique and fascinating seashore.
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