A Tui a native birds of New Zealand feeding on a nectar of flax flower.

Tui bird, New Zealand.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,  found through much of New Zealand. One of the largest members of the honeyeater family. Name Tui is from the Maori language.

Tui, found through much of New Zealand. One of the largest members of the honeyeater family. Name Tui is from the Maori language. Also Known as the Parson bird

Karaka Berry and Tui. Natives of the New Zealand forests. This poster for the New Zealand Tourist Department shows the tui bird sitting on a branch of karaka berries. Illustrated by Marcus King, c. 1950. Vintage New Zealand travel poster.

Karaka Berry and Tui

Karaka Berry and Tui. Natives of the New Zealand forests. This poster for the New Zealand Tourist Department shows the tui bird sitting on a branch of karaka berries, vintage travel poster

Craig Platt NZ wildlife artist, New Zealand birds artist, Auckland illustrator, NZ birdlife, Kingfisher, Tui oil painting, Pukeko -- "Tui in Gold"

Craig Platt NZ wildlife artist, New Zealand birds artist, Auckland illustrator…

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The beautiful Tui (Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae) Endemic to New Zealand.

Tui are just beautiful especially when they are drinking nectar from these trees this time of year.

found in watching and listening to a New Zealand native songbird - the Tui.

Lovely illustration of a New Zealand Tui bird.

New Zealand Tui on kowhai blossom by janet marshall - New Zealand Tui one of 3 NZ honeyeaters feeding on kowhai blossom

Tui Birds Singing ~ New Zealand

The Tui Bird is unique in having two voice boxes, allowing it to mimic many different birdsongs and other sounds ; also giving it a distinctive and quirky song.


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