Pukorokoro Miranda Naturalist Trust(PMNT) became the 22nd Partner of the East Asian – Australasian Flyway (EAAF) Partnership as from 27 June 2010. PMNT has been established since 1975 and in that time has worked with migratory shorebirds, particularly on the adjacent Ramsar site in the Firth of Thames in the North Island of New Zealand. The Firth of Thames is also included in the EAAF Flyway Site Network. The Trust is active in promoting education and public awareness regarding shorebird migration and conservation. PMNT has also been actively involved in international collaboration especially undertaking shorebird counts and training of reserve staff at the Yalu Jiang National Nature Reserve in China each year since 2004 and PMNT and the Dangdong Environment Protection Agency have signed a sister site agreement. Furthermore, PMNT undertook the first shorebird survey in the Mundok Wetland Reserve in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea in 2009.