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The Makarora Valley is partly situated in the Titea Mount Aspiring National Park on the South Island of New Zealand. It is an area that comprises a suite of unique habitats such as the botanically rich beech or podocarp forest and the iconic braided river. The braided river is an exceptionally important breeding habitat for many endemic bird species such as the wrybill, black-fronted tern and the black-billed gull which is the rarest gull in the world. This mix of such valuable, native habitats gives rise to significant indigenous biodiversity value coupled with spectacular mountain scenery.

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