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A Bullers Shearwater takes flight over a tranquil sea off the coast of Great Barrier. It is a migratory seabird that breeds on The Poor K...

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Hancock David Hancock, New Zealand
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Title "The Barrier"-New Zealand's Own Island Paradise
Caption A Bullers Shearwater takes flight over a tranquil sea off the coast of Great Barrier. It is a migratory seabird that breeds on The Poor Knights Islands off the New Zealand North Island but makes an annual migration to the North Pacific waters off Alaska and Japan where they feed on krill and jellyfish. With help from conservationists in New Zealand they have grown from being an endangered species of around 100 pairs in the 1930s to population of 2.5 million in 2007. “The Barrier”, New Zealand's third largest island has no reticulated power supply and only a few sealed roads. It is a place where Kiwis like to holiday or go for weekend breaks. It feels like returning to their roots, to the 1950s or 60s or seventies. It is a step back in time to when the environment was cleaner, people smiled and spent time listening. The beaches are long arcs of white sand, the surf is superb, the fishing excellent and like the rest of New Zealand there are hot pools and fresh clean streams and rivers running through pristine native bush. It really is heartland New Zealand in microcosm. Auckland yachties have been sheltering in its many west coast harbours for more than a century and these days there is an increasing number of luxury lodges and guest houses. In the off-season, which is anything other than the 4 weeks after Christmas the island returns to its usual sleepy pace. The island has a rich history of Maori settlement and massacre, gold and copper mining, kauri milling and whale hunting. Somehow the milling of millions of super-feet of kauri has left the island unaffected and these days DOC the Department of Conservation controls 60% of the island. Great Barrier Island lies some 90 km north east of Auckland named by James Cook as its length offered a measure of protection to the Hauraki Gulf it is accessed by a 3 hour ferry trip or 30 minutes by plane. Photo David Hancock
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Camera Canon EOS 5D
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