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Threats to biodiversity at Te Arai come from three main sources, landscape modification, predation and human disturbance. See below for articles relating to these threat classes.
Te Arai stream and its adjacency to the Mangawhai Wildlife Refuge makes it an important site for Godwits who travel from Alaska each year.
We are very lucky to have Shore Skink remaining at Te Arai. The Shore Skink is also known as Tatahi, and its mainland populations are in decline. They rest in
The Banded Dotterel, also known as Tuturiwhatu or Double Banded Plover, holds the 2008 National Threat Category of Nationally Vulnerable.