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New Zealand Kea ~ By Ed Janwattana. This beautiful parrot is native to New Zealand, where it is listed as a Vulnerable species, threatened by predation on chicks, conflicts with humans and habitat loss. Kinds Of Birds, All Birds, Birds Of Prey, Love Birds, Pretty Birds, Beautiful Birds, Animals Beautiful, Cute Animals, Beautiful Pictures

New Zealand Kea / Este psitacídeo neo-zelandes gosta de arruaças - muito encrenqueiro .

A Kea at Arthur's Pass - South Island, New Zealand. Writing prompt idea for kiwi kids. ♥ Lucy, Beyond Imagination New Zealand Kinds Of Birds, All Birds, Birds Of Prey, Love Birds, Pretty Birds, Beautiful Birds, Animals Beautiful, Cute Animals, Funny Animals

Kea's are cheeky, cute but beware....they will pull the rubber off car doors and wipers and love shiny things so watch your keys! The Homer Tunnel on the way to Milford Sound is the best place to get up close and personal with these delightful birds....my favorite

Kea(Nestor notabilis) is a large species of parrot of the superfamily Strigopoidea found in forested and alpine regions of the South Island of New Zealand. Pretty Birds, Beautiful Birds, Animals Beautiful, Cute Animals, Rare Birds, Exotic Birds, Colorful Birds, Kinds Of Birds, Mundo Animal

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The Kea (/ˈkiː.ə/; Māori: [kɛ.a]; Nestor notabilis) is a large species of parrot (superfamily Strigopoidea) found in forested and alpine regions of the South Island of New Zealand.

website contains some beautiful pictures of the Kea. All Birds, Love Birds, Beautiful Birds, Animals Beautiful, Animals Of The World, Animals And Pets, Cute Animals, Bird Pictures, Nature Pictures

Kea bird NZ

New Zealand Kea photographs and about. The Kea is about the size of a sulphur Crested Cockatoo, up to 50cm. There's not much difference visually between the male and female except the male generally has a more curved beak. The young Kea has a pale yellow lower mandible and cere. They are related to the kaka (Nestor meridionalis)

Here's a powerful collection of Gandalf artwork illustrations and designs depicting the character of the wise wizard in LOTR and The Hobbit. Gandalf, Legolas, Thranduil, Jrr Tolkien, Art Sombre, Das Silmarillion, Dark Artwork, Fantasy Artwork, High Fantasy

Gwaihir the Windlord by Manzanedo on DeviantArt

Gwaihir and Gandalf. Fan Art. Gwaihir the Windlord

Haast-Eagle Harpagornis moorei Haast, 1872 New Zealand, extinct. Painting by Paul Martinson, from a lovely book on NZ extinct birds. Extinct Birds, Extinct Animals, Reptiles, Mammals, Pretty Birds, Beautiful Birds, Birds Online, Prehistoric Creatures, Prehistoric Dinosaurs

Haast-Eagle Harpagornis moorei Haast, 1872 New Zealand, extinct. Painting by Paul Martinson, from a lovely book on NZ extinct birds.

The Kea (/ˈkiː. Nestor notabilis) is a large species of parrot (superfamily Strigopoidea) found in forested and alpine regions of the South Island of New Zealand. Animals Of The World, Animals And Pets, Toucan, South Island, Cockatoo, Parakeet, Bird Species, Wild Birds, Nature Pictures

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Papagaio da Nova-Zelândia ou Kea (Nestor notabilis) #parrotpet

In New Zealand, kea birds are so fond of stealing traffic cones that authorities have been forced to set up roadside "gyms" to keep the birds occupied. Bird Pictures, Animal Pictures, Animals And Pets, Cute Animals, Extinct Birds, Wicked, Bird Wings, Colorful Birds, Wild Birds

Quite Interesting (@qikipedia)

The latest Tweets from Quite Interesting (@qikipedia). A Quite Interesting Twitter feed from the team behind the BBC TV show QI. https://t.co/KajPWZKIqD https://t.co/e7kKHcZuUl https://t.co/q3qVciFiex. QI HQ

All types of eagle birds in the world with amazing facts. Eagles are some of the largest birds. They are at the top of the food chain, with some species feeding on big prey like monkeys and sloths. The Eagles, Bald Eagles, Photo Aigle, Georg Christoph Lichtenberg, Wedge Tailed Eagle, Eagle In Flight, Golden Eagle, Golden Brown, Dark Brown

Haast's Eagle

A man-eating apex predator the size of a hang glider that dive-bombed its prey at 40 miles per hour.

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