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Have you heard a tui? The Tui is an indigenous New Zealand bird, and a national symbol. It is unique in having two voice boxes, allowing it to mimic many different birdsongs and other sounds (including human); also giving it a distinctive and quirky song.

Man Behind Lens: Tui Obsession!

After shooting the Tui bird outside my dinner& window, I got kind of obsess with this native birds! When I took my best shot to my wor.

Tui in a Kowhai tree - NZ

Tui in a Kowhai Tree. 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.

Tui on a flax bush. Note the pollen on its head. Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae -Waikawa, Marlborough, New Zealand-8 (2).jpg

Tui on a flax bush. Note the pollen on its head. Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae -Waikawa, Marlborough, New

Resplendent Tui from  New Zealand. It is one of the largest members of the diverse honeyeater family.

Tui (Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae) is an endemic passerine bird of New Zealand. It is one of the largest members of the diverse honeyeater family.

Bill✔️  Wax-eye (Tauhou) having "an absolute ball" in a massive cluster of food-rich  Kowhai flowers, a New Zealand early springtime scene. Winter can be quite hard for many birds, and for nectar-eaters, the Kowhai are the first food of the new summer season. Tui birds also wait and wait till Spring time, and will then fly up to 100kms to get the good food!  (Image curation & caption: @BillGP).  Bill Gibson-Patmore.  Bill✔️

Wax-eye (Tauhou) having "an absolute ball" in a massive cluster of food-rich Kowhai flowers, a New Zealand early springtime scene.

New Zealand Tui - they are amazing mimics, very intelligent and so beautiful!  And wheny ou have them in th egarden they are just lovely.  Plant trees that have berries and they are their.

New Zealand Tui - they are amazing mimics, very intelligent and so beautiful! And when you have them in the garden they are just lovely. Plant trees with berries and they will attract Tui and Bellbirds.

Pukekos - New Zealand

Pukeko Facts present the detail information about a unique animal named from the Maori language. Pukeko is the common name of the purple sawmphen that you can find in New Zealand.

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