Kereru. New Zealand native wood pigeon. These birds stuff themselves with berries until they are so heavy that they are almost unable to fly.

New Zealand native wood pigeon. These birds stuff themselves with berries until they are so heavy that they are almost unable to fly. They sound like "whispering death" as they fly through the bush.

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New Zealand Woodpigeon (Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae) endemic to New Zealand

Kereru at Kaipupu Point

Kaipupu Wildlife Sanctuary is a mainland island located in Picton Harbour, New Zealand.

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We have a couple that visit the bush occasionally but we hope to produce lots of flowers and berries that will attract them.

Native New Zealand Woodpigeon by absurdum14, via Flickr

A Native New Zealand Woodpigeon (hemiphaga novaeseelandiae) sitting in a tree. Taken in the Queenstown Botanic Gardens, Queenstown, New Zealand Sept The birds tend to congregate together in the trees there at Dusk.

Kereru (New Zealand Pigeon) In A Puriri Tree. $40.00, via Etsy.

This is a custom order for Brendan. Please do not buy this unless you are Brendan. Thank you :) Kereru in a Puriri tree and Black Robin on a rock. Black acrylic paint on cream acrylic-painted canvas. The canvas measures length, width, depth.

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