Murray Huaitang geese live on the North Island of New Zealand. There are beautiful and unique black beaches, where swarms of tangs come to breed. This is one of the famous tourist attractions in New Zealand, and many local people come here for weekends. There are many local people flying kites, barbecues, parties and so on. In the surfing season, there will be many surfing enthusiasts here, because there will be wind and waves. It attracts thousands of tourists every year. It's worth recommending.
Every year, the pond geese come here to breed their next generation. They are seabirds, laying their eggs in the cracks of rocks. When the birds fly, they will fly away in groups. We are lucky to catch up with this opportunity. Here, the sky and sea are the same color. White seabirds sometimes fly to the blue sky and sometimes rush to the sea. The scenery is beautiful. The sea turned into a golden and charming sunset.
Thousands of pond geese gather on the magnificent Muriwai coast to breed the next generation of exciting scenes, incredible, amazing and spectacular
Bird Island, Auckland, New Zealand, is one of the most beautiful places in New Zealand and a paradise for photography enthusiasts. In fact, Bird Island stands abruptly on two huge stone terraces on the sea. Thousands of Tang geese line up to inhabit one another. The symphony is played by the birds'calls and the waves beating against the cliffs. The beautiful scenery and scenery make people linger and forget. At the same time, there are also famous black sand beaches, where thousands of pond geese nest in pairs from October to March every year, which is particularly spectacular. Tang goose's long beak is very cute. If you are lucky, you can see seals sunning here.
With the help of professional photographers, we went to the breeding ground of Gannet, which is not open to the public. There are two habitats in the world. One is in Australia, the other is in New Zealand. The last three photographs are covered with dense gannet on the sea boulders. The photographs and naked eyes can not see it, so they need telescopes to watch.
Bird Island, the country of birds, is not really called Bird Island. This is Muriwai Gannet Colony, translated as the habitat of Muli Huaitang geese, so people call it Bird Island. On the viewing platform above the main habitat area, this is the best angle for viewing the Tang geese and a photographer's paradise.