An assessment of the Cobden River floodplain area and Aromahana Lagoon shoreline habitat for īnanga habitat showed the restoration project has made great progress.
Two spawning sites were found
immediately upstream of its outlet under the road, on both left and right banks. These are new records and although small in
area are likely to see repeat use. They will be also be good demonstration
sites to engage the public and should be monitored to ensure the condition of
the vegetation is suitable.
Inanga spawning habitat assessment at http://bit.ly/Cobden-Island-inanga-assessment
Cobden Island restoration in the Grey River
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