The Whangamarino wetland, in the Waikato region, is the North Island’s second largest wetland. With 5,923 hectares of peat bog, swamp, open water and river systems, it is an important habitat for some threatened plant, bird and fish species. Whangamarino is recognised as a wetland of international importance under the Ramsar Convention.
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Department of Conservation
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