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  • NZ Radio Yacht Squadron - Seawinds at Onepoto
    1 2 3 Club Members Louis Vuitton 1 2 3 4 Ancient Mariners 1 2 Electrons 4 3 2 1 Match Race Cup 2010 Regatta 30 Jan Fun Days Aggregate Match 2011 Dec 5 Summer Series 2011 Nov 28 Dec

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  • NZ Radio Yacht Squadron - Seawinds at Onepoto
    Louis Vuitton 1 2 3 4 Ancient Mariners 1 2 Electrons 4 3 2 1 Match Race Cup 2010 Regatta 30 Jan Fun Days Aggregate Match 2011 Dec 5 Summer Series 2011 Nov 28 Dec 12 Geoff McGill Geoff McGill with his original 18 3rd Geoff McGill Bruce is presented with the Match Race Cup by Geoff Geoff McGill left 2007 12 02 new 18 Geoff McGill 2008 05 11

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  • Onepoto Lagoon Coordination Committee
    was replaced it was obvious why it failed This digger lifted out the old pump and put in the new The pump house with new gear Laying out the pipes The fountain heads March 15 May 3 The fountains were considerably reduced in volume due to intake blockage They switched off for 20 minutes or so and then came on normally There is a cleaning cycle May 10 The pond level had been raised by heavy rain overnight see Why the pond floods and this drowned the heads The fountains should return to normal when the level drops June and the intakes were blocking so the filters and fountain heads were removed New Intakes to be installed November 2009 SCHEDULE 3rd Adjust flap valves to not leak 4th 11 30 Remove Weir gates 5th Dig trench and pour concrete 6th Drill intake through wall 6th 4pm Open flap valves replace weir Tides for November 4 show optimum time to remove weir gate is 11 30am November 6 A meeting to plan the install of the new intakes November 29 The new intakes are complete with intake shroud Final installation and working December 16 20 2009 The pump room with pump

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  • Onepoto Lagoon Coordination Committee
    of the Pond Shags Spur Winged Plover Pied Stilt Heron Red billed Gull Paradise Shelduck The pond floods during heavy rains 30 March 2007 7 July 2007 29 July 2007 5 August 2007 2 October 2007 22 June 2008 Onepoto

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  • Onepoto Lagoon Coordination Committee
    for larger images Raking out the weed Kevin cleaning the buoys Cindy catered club refreshments October 11 2009 The weed that died off in April returns as the pond water heats up Click for larger images The heat causes the dead weed from april to float up The rain over the last 3 or 4 weeks has freshened up the water and the algae has started to grow again It

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  • Onepoto Lagoon Coordination Committee
    the Pond Shags Spur Winged Plover Pied Stilt Heron Red billed Gull Paradise Shelduck Views around Onepoto Domain Weeks Reserve is the crater rim on north side View from the lookout Board walk through the bush Bush Syvan Avenue entrance

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  • OLCC Life of the Pond - Shags
    has a long hooked beak blue eye and yellow patch in front of its eyes Little Shag Other names are White Throated Shag Little Pied Shag The Little Shag is identified by its short stout yellow beak that is barely hooked These vary from having just a white throat to a full white underside Little Black Shag The Little Black Shag is black overall with a fine hooked beak and

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  • OLCC Life of the Pond - Spur Winged Plovers
    Life of the Pond Spur Winged Plovers Spur Winged Plover Click for larger images Other Names Masked Lapwing Size 38cm Olive brown back black crown nape and shoulder patch white underside Distinctive yellow face wattle beak and spurs on front of wing Self introduced from Australia in the 1930s they have only been in the Auckland area since the 1990s Usually found in pairs feeding in grassed areas they will

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