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NZ Wood Pigeon

The Kereru, the NZ Native Wood Pigeons are very passive here in our gardens at Wharepuke in Kerikeri. Its amazing how close you can get to these wild birds. Puffed up on a cold day after eating lots of new Mulberry leaves. Our guests here at our Kerikeri Accommodation love them!
NZ Woodpigeon or Kereru chowing down on the White Mulberry leaves here at Wharepuke.

NZ Woodpigeon or Kereru chowing down on the White Mulberry leaves here at Wharepuke.

Kereru eating the White Mulberrry- Wharepuke Gardens Kerikeri

Kereru eating the White Mulberrry- Wharepuke Gardens Kerikeri

Kereru. New Zealand Woodpigeon. www.wharepuke.co.nz

Kereru. New Zealand Woodpigeon. www.wharepuke.co.nz

www.wharepuke.co.nz Gardens and wildlife in Kerikeri NZ

www.wharepuke.co.nz Gardens and wildlife in Kerikeri NZ

Kereru.Wharepuke Subtropical Gardens. www.wharepuke.co.nz

Kereru.Wharepuke Subtropical Gardens. www.wharepuke.co.nz

NZ Woodpigeon www.wharepuke.co.nz

NZ Woodpigeon www.wharepuke.co.nz

Kereru at Wharepuke in Northland Kerikeri

Kereru at Wharepuke in Northland Kerikeri

Kereru at Wharepuke Subtropical Gardens in Kerikeri. Open to the public to wander free

Kereru at Wharepuke Subtropical Gardens in Kerikeri. Open to the public to wander free

www.wharepuke.co.nz NZ Wood pigeon at Wharepuke Subtropical Gardens

www.wharepuke.co.nz NZ Wood pigeon at Wharepuke Subtropical Gardens

Kereru at Wharepuke Kerikeri

Kereru at Wharepuke Kerikeri

Our Kerikeri Accommodation guest here at Wharepuke getting close to the Kereru www.wharepuke.co.nz

Our Kerikeri Accommodation guest here at Wharepuke getting close to the Kereru www.wharepuke.co.nz