The Sinclair wetlands, on the southern edge of the Taieri Plain between Lakes Waihola and Waipori, are being allowed to regenerate as a refuge for birds and fish. The wetlands have been owned by Ngāi Tahu since 1998, and are known to them as Te Nohoaka o Tukiauau.
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