Kowhai flowers (Sophora microphylla)
The blaze of yellow kowhai crowning the New Zealand forest is a sure sign of spring. The leaves, flower buds and open flowers are important food sources for native birds, and the flowers are also sources of nectar for honeyh eaters, and it is these birds, not bees, that are the tree's pollinators. Kowhai are small, woody legume trees in the genus Sophora native to New Zealand. There are eight species, S. microphylla being the most common. Kowhai trees grow throughout the country and are a…
Tui on Flax You have no idea what is going on in... - tumblekai
Tui on Flax You have no idea what is going on in our garden right now. We have three Pohutukawa trees and a bit of flax and everything is in full flower and the Tuis just go nuts.
Nightwatchers (detail) by Kathryn Furniss - Art Prints New Zealand
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Loro Kea (Nestor notabilis)
Loro Kea (Nestor notabilis). Es un ave psitaciforme de la familia de los loros Strigopidae oriunda de Nueva Zelanda. Mide entorno a los 46 cm y pesa unos 800 gramos la hembra y aproximadamente 1 kg el macho. Es endémico de la zona alpina de la Isla Sur (Nueva Zelanda)
Blue-Wattled Crow - (Glaucopis wilsoni) -- Orange-Wattled Crow (Glaucopis cinera)
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Kowhai Flowers (Sophora tetraptera; Fabaceae). NZ native flowers and leaves. Clear cut white background, New Zealand (NZ).
Kowhai Flowers (Sophora tetraptera; Fabaceae). NZ native flowers and leaves. Clear cut white background, New Zealand (NZ) stock photo. Quality New Zealand images by well known photographer Rob Suisted, Nature's Pic Images.
Keulemans, John Gerrard, 1842-1912 :Heteralocha acutirostris [Huia. Male and female] 2/3 [natural size]. London, 1873
A pair of huia perched on a branch, the male with its long curved beak to the left (marked with a small male symbol), the female (marked with a small female symbol) to the right, turned in towards the male. Quantity: 1 colour art print(s). Physical Description: Lithograph, hand-coloured, 310 x 240 mm Keulemans, John Gerrard, 1842-1912. Keulemans, John Gerrard, 1842-1912 :Heteralocha acutirostris [Huia. Male and female] 2/3 [natural size]. London, 1873. Buller, Walter Lawry (Sir) 1838-1906 :A…
Out the Back A4 Giclee Print
This print is inspired by the many Tuis visiting my backyard. The image is also influenced by my love of mid century fabric design and art, created using simple shapes and forms. This print is a reproduction of an original work I created using paper stencil, screen printing and mixed media. A high...
10 Extinct Animals That Science Could Bring Back From The Dead - Listverse
In early 2000, a tree landed on the last living Pyrenean ibex, turning that proud creature into just one more statistic on an ever-growing list of extinct species. Then, in 2009, a goat gave birth to a cloned Pyrenean ibex in a government-funded miracle that marked the first time any species had been brought back