Puriri tree: Tuis and wax-eyes feed on nectar, petals, and fruit
Tui (see why the colonials dubbed it the Parson Bird)
Tui in "cabbage tree"
The NZ Wax-Eye or Silver Eye
Black Fantail, Pied Fantail - vintage print, nz birds
New Zealand fantail, AKA piwakawaka
Tui (male), dubbed by colonists the "Parson Bird"
Fantail by Lucy Gauntlett; supposedly a sign of an impending death in a household if it comes into one's home, according to te Māori legend. Feasts on small insects, taking them while "on the wing".