Shakespear Regional Park – Part 2
Which way do you want to go? Te Haruhi Bay, Okoromai Bay, Waterfall Gully, Army Bay? Lost sheep looking at the signs for guidance Rangitoto Volcano and island in the distance On a clear day, when the waters are in…. However, when the waters are out, that’s when the activity begins! Everyone is allowed to pick up to 50 cockles for consumption! It’s hard work because it’s icky mud all the way and you have to go quite far out in order to get the larger cockles. Like this far out, until you can’t even see us anymore! To a Singaporean, it’s simply amazing that you can get “free” food like this! Pukekos eyeing each other. They can’t fly and they look quite comical when they run in their short hops! Unlike the seagulls who will stay nearby when you throw scraps at them, the Pukekos seem very shy. Once they snag a huge piece of bread piece, they will run away from the crowd. The resident Peacock One of the numerous seagulls.