Petrel Nets Pink


Marine Conservation Fine Art PrintPetrel Nets Pink 

This print is inspired by Tāiko, (Black Petrel) and reflects the declining numbers of the bird due to commercial fishing bycatch. The black petrel is mainly seen in the outer Hauraki Gulf. Generally solitary at sea, the tāiko often feeds in small groups associated with dolphins and whales or following fishing vessels. There is a colony of Tāiko on Hauturu/Little Barrier (a legally protected reserve and predator free island), so the birds are not in danger from feral pigs, cats, rats and kiore. Mitigation to reduce seabird bycatch has been put in place on commercial fisheries vessels operating within New Zealand, but with clever measures more can be done. 

Fine Art Print on ‘Soft White Etching Decor’ paper (Printed with 2cm white border)

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The following art prints for sale are a response to the declining state of the Hauraki Gulf, Aotearoa due to over fishing, marine pollution and climate change but also a celebration of the ocean and the wonderful creatures that inhabit it .

20% of proceeds from the sale of each print will go, through the Hauraki Gulf Conservation Trust to the Waiheke Marine Project

The project is an initiative fully driven in partnership by mana whenua and the Waiheke community to protect and regenerate Waiheke Island’s marine environment.

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