Native Birds of NZ Poster
Large poster printed on superb 200gsm satin finish paperPoster size in millimetres: 550 x 750 This highly decorative poster of NZ birds is based on the artwork of J.G. Keulemans (who illustrated Walter Buller’s “A History of the Birds of New Zealand”). There is a key to identifying each birds’ species printed at the bottom of the poster. The poster we have for sale is a modern re-print published to celebrate the re-issue of “Buller’s Birds of NZ” by Te Papa Press. The “Native Birds of New…
Preserved Megalapteryx (Moa bird) Foot
Preserved Megalapteryx foot, Natural History Museum This image of a preserved Moa foot managed to make the rounds across the Internet...
Pretty bird The eastern rosella is a parrot native to southeast Australia and Tasmania and have been introduced to new zealand. they are 30cm long and brightly colored bird with red head,white chick and beak,yellow back and abdomen with black marks,and blue tail,the wings have blue feathers too,these birds eat fruits and both sexes look almost same,females are slightly pale —
New Zealand Native Birds - Birdwatching & Ornithology, Lake Brunner, West Coast New Zealand
New Zealand Native Birds - birdwatching & ornithology in the Lake Brunner region, West Coast New Zealand
Tui (Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae) A tui is an endemic bird of New Zealand. | the Internet Bird Collection | HBW Alive
A tui is a native bird of New Zealand, with a distinctive cry and the little white fluffs on its chest.
New Zealand Falcon (Falco novaeseelandiae; Falconidae) flying and landing at high speed. Karearea. NZ Native threatened bird species, New Zealand (NZ).
New Zealand Falcon (Falco novaeseelandiae; Falconidae) flying and landing at high speed. Karearea. NZ Native threatened bird species, New Zealand (NZ) stock photo. Quality New Zealand images by well known photographer Rob Suisted, Nature's Pic Images.
penguin jumpers … from a story in 2011 about a call for sweaters after a new zealand oil spill had polluted their native waters … the sweaters prevent the birds from swallowing oil that has saturated...