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Why a Shag?

Updated: Feb 21, 2023

Often present on the farm is the graceful Black Shag who takes advantage of the farm structures to dry its wings, after feeding on small fish beneath the oyster racks.

In Te Reo Maori The Black Shag is called Kawau. This seemed particularly appropriate as Kawau Island and Kawau Bay are local landmarks.

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