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Needle Felted Persephone Figure goddess of Spring Greek Mythology Free Standing… Felt Angel, 3d Figures, Felt Gifts, Needle Felting Tutorials, Felt Fairy, Beautiful Goddess, Felt Patterns, Fairy Dolls, Wet Felting

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The All Black who's all white! Rare Kiwi chick a surprise Christmas gift for wildlife centre

The flightless bird's unusual colouring gave keepers at Pukaha Mount Bruce Wildlife Centre, New Zealand, a white Christmas when he hatched in their nursery.

Tui on Pohutukawa - NZ Christmas Tree, on Tiritiri Matangi island The Beautiful Country, Beautiful Birds, New Zealand Landscape, New Zealand Houses, Kiwiana, Farm Gardens, Cottage Gardens, Bird Species, Christmas Pictures

Tui on Pohutukawa - NZ Christmas Tree, on Tiritiri Matangi island

Not a great photo by any means, but at least its seasonalish. I can't get used to being the southern hemisphere for christmas... Tui, photographed on Tiritiri Matangi. Tui - known in English as the "Parson Bird" because of its white ruff. Spotted this on in a Pohutukawa tree on Tiritiri Matangi. They're quite plentiful on the island, and make lots of noise.They're clever birds, can can mimic lots of things - including humans and mobile phones - thank to their two voiceboxes! Some of the…

 Photo by Richard Ashurst The Tui is an endemic passerine bird of New Zealand. It is one of the largest members of the diverse honeyeater family. The name tui is from the Maori language name tūī and is the species' formal common name. Pretty Birds, Love Birds, Beautiful Birds, Animals Beautiful, Exotic Birds, Colorful Birds, Tui Bird, Kinds Of Birds, Bird Pictures

The iconic Tui, a member of the Honeyeater family. New Zealand. Photo by Richard Ashurst

Fantail or Piwakawaka, my absolute favourite native New Zealand bird. So many of… Fantail or Piwakawaka, my absolute favourite native New Zealand bird. Pretty Birds, Love Birds, Beautiful Birds, Animals Beautiful, Cute Animals, Small Birds, Little Birds, Colorful Birds, Vogel Gif

Fantail or Piwakawaka, my absolute favourite native New Zealand bird. So many of these at Wilks. Love 'em.

A Tui takes flight. It is an endemic passerine bird of New Zealand, and the largest species in the diverse Australasian honeyeater family. (Recent Photos The Commons Getty Collection Galleries World Map App) Pretty Birds, Love Birds, Beautiful Birds, Animals Beautiful, Exotic Birds, Colorful Birds, Tui Bird, Maori Art, Bird Wings

Young Tui spreading its wings.

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Tui (Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae) in flight. tui is an endemic passerine bird of New Zealand. It is one of the largest members of the diverse honeyeater family. The name tui is from the Māori name tūī and is the species' formal common name All Birds, Love Birds, Beautiful Birds, Animals Beautiful, Nicolas Vanier, Tui Bird, Birds Online, Photo Animaliere, Nz Art

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Tui. Adult in flight (note flax pollen on forehead). Pauatahanui Inlet, December 2012. Image © David Brooks by David Brooks

'Koru' is the Maori word for the new unfurling fern frond. The pattern is used in many Maori and New Zealand art forms and symbolizes new life, regeneration, growth, strength and peace - Aotearoa Photographie Macro Nature, Maori Words, Maori Symbols, Spirals In Nature, Maori Designs, Nz Art, Fern Plant, Maori Art, Kiwiana

'Koru' is the Maori word for the new unfurling fern frond. The pattern is used in many Maori and New Zealand art forms and symbolizes new life, regeneration, growth, strength and peace - Aotearoa

Kea Parrot - one of 10 species in New Zealand.They are smart and curious birds. They live on the South Island of New Zealand, in the alpine mountain area. They were named by the Maori tribe there. All Birds, Birds Of Prey, Love Birds, Pretty Birds, Beautiful Birds, Animals Beautiful, Exotic Birds, Colorful Birds, Big Bird

A unique bird describe as having a “Swiss Army Knife” beak

Location: Near Milford Sound, South Island, New Zealand ( 44° 38′ 0″ S, 167° 51′ 0″ E ) Date: 21 May 2009, 4.40pm Camera: Ca...

Kaka (Nestor meridionalis) is a large species of parrot of the superfamily Strigopoidea found in native forests of New Zealand. It is endangered and has disappeared from much of its former range. Rare Birds, Exotic Birds, Colorful Birds, Pretty Birds, Beautiful Birds, Animals Beautiful, Cockatoo, Birds Of Prey, Fauna

Kaka

A Kaka seen at Zealandia in Wellington's Karori. It is wonderful to see these endangered birds returning to Wellington city.

New Zealand (Sacred) Kingfisher by Craig McKenzie - Love Birds, Beautiful Birds, Animals Beautiful, New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Eagles, Exotic Birds, Colorful Birds, Bird Pictures

New Zealand Kingfisher

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Vintage botanical illustrations of native New Zealand birds. Made in UK Printed with vintage botanical illustrations of native New Zealand birds, this 100 % cotton tea towel will remind you of the Oceania exhibition every New Zealand Art, Nz Art, Bird Poster, Maori Art, Kiwiana, Texture Art, Bird Prints, Nova Scotia, Bird Art

Giveaway: Native birds of New Zealand poster | Conservation blog

We have had so many great comments telling us why you want this beautiful poster. The giveaway is now closed and the winning comment (picked at random) is from Anna Margaret. Em Scott also picks up a copy for naming all of the birds. Thanks for commenting. If you’ve been following the Conservation Blog for a while […]