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Te Arai is a highly modified landscape having a history of land use that spans over eight centuries. Burn offs, bush clearings, draining of swamps, gum digging and the plantation
This topic hub contains links to documents regarding managing disturbance of the 16 threatened species at Te Arai as well as international comparative studies.
Mike Harris lives at Te Arai Point and has owned property there since the 1980s. He developed a keen interest in the local history of the area and as a
Te Arai stream and its adjacency to the Mangawhai Wildlife Refuge makes it an important site for Godwits who travel from Alaska each year.
Notes on the Cooper family from neighbour Mike Harris, of Te Arai Point.