Kea Conservation in New Zealand: Kea Conservation Trust
The tiny Fantail eats small insects and can be friendly enough to fly into our…
New Zealand Birds- Kiwi
The Morepork. Its is the native owl. The sound it makes is directly as it is…
Fantail - Native New Zealand Bird ~
Little Spotted Kiwi or Little Gray Kiwi (Apteryx owenii) - New Zealand
The Kakapo: the world's rarest parrot. An endangered, flightless bird, aka "parrot of the night".
a video of the Tui. The sounds you can hear for the first half are not the Tui, but they are other native birds including the Bellbird, and also the Magpie (not native)...the last half is the Tui. It has a wide vocabulary of sounds, warbling, chuckling, snapping...
The Kakapo Parrot of New Zealand is the heaviest parrot in the world, the only flightless parrot, and the only nocturnal parrot known. The kakapo is critically endangered - in November 2009 only 124 remained in the wild.
click on the play button to hear the sound of the Kea
New Zealand: Two Kea birds slowly disassembling a police car