A hide for watching sea lions is held down by strong ropes as a protection against the fierce winds on the Auckland Islands. The winds at this latitude (about 50º south) are predominantly from the west. Since Enderby Island is in the north-west of the Auckland Islands, the gales there are ferocious. The coastal rātā in the background are also severely contorted by the wind.
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Photograph by Andy Palmer
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