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Yellow-crowned kakariki (Cyanoramphus auriceps)

on Motuara Island, Queen Charlotte Sound, Marlborough February 2012

Yellow-crowned kakariki (Cyanoramphus auriceps)
Chlidonias, 27 Feb 2012
    • Chlidonias
      on Motuara Island, Queen Charlotte Sound, Marlborough

      February 2012
    • AnaheimZoo
      Ahh, the bird that gave so many of us problems over at "Guess the Species." :p

      Very nice pictures, Chlidonias. I'd like to say that I feel you're lucky to live in such a place like New Zealand, but then again I recently heard someone say that New England has some of the most beautiful songbird species in the world... I myself enjoy seeing them, so I guess I'm lucky to live here!

      That always seems to be the case. Someone in Australia would say, "Oh I'd love to see a white-tailed deer in my backyard!", whilst the American would say, "What I'd give just to catch a glimpse of a wild cockatoo!" :)
    • Chlidonias
      the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence
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