You're invited to take part in this year's kakahi (freshwater mussel) monitoring - on the western shore of Lake Wairarapa (based at the scenic reserve on Western Lake Road south of Featherston). You might like to wade in the water to find kakahi, help with counting, measuring and recording or be there on the shore to support those who are in the water.
Previous experience isn't needed - a rundown on what to do is given on the day. Warm drinks and a snack will be provided.
|When:||Saturday, 10th February 2018, starting at 9:00am (event finished 10 months ago)|
|Where:||Wairarapa Lake Shore Scenic Reserve|
|Postponement date:||Saturday, 17th February 2018|
|Bring:||Close-fitting warm gear and socks for wading in, spare set of dry warm clothes, sun hat|
Phone: 021 169 0150
From SH2 at the south end of Featherston, turn into Moore Street. Follow this road, which becomes Western lake Road, for about 17.5 km. Turn left into the second car park area - this has a picnic shelter and toilet.
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