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Whangateau Harbour - Gem of Auckland’s Estuaries - Trevally School

Whangateau Harbour - Gem of Auckland’s Estuaries - Trevally School
Image by Roger Grace, published on 04/05/2011

Juvenile trevally also occur in the channel of the Whangateau Harbour, a school of around 200 living there in summer. Such an easy-access estuarine area for snorkeling, in lovely clear water, is very rare and well worth looking after as a no-fishing zone.

Tags: Bioregions/habitats | Eastern North Island | Northeastern | NZ Biodiversity | Algae (Seaweeds) | Marine habitats | NZ Inshore Fish | Trevally | Special Places | Whangateau Estuary

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