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  • Marlborough Rock DaisyMarlborough Rock Daisy
    Pachystegia insignis (Marlborough Rock Daisy) is endemic to New Zealand. This photo was taken in South Bay, Kaikoura.
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  • Harakeke FlowerHarakeke Flower
    Harakeke was the name given to this plant by Maori. The first European traders called it "flax" because its fibres were similar to that of true flax f...
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  • Nelson Tui Mid SongNelson Tui Mid Song
    A tui is photographed mid song in Nelson. The tui has a wonderful range of noises and songs – they can whistle, click, chuckle, gurgle and trill. Th...
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  • Kepler Track RiverKepler Track River
    The photo is a little overexposed at the top but it still captures the colour of the forest well.
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  • High Res Wood PigeonHigh Res Wood Pigeon
    A beautiful bird, the New Zealand Wood Pigeon or Kereru. This photo was taken at the Hamilton Zoo. Where possible please credit this photo to "Melissa...
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  • New Zealand School Holidays & Public Holidays
    Below are the calendar dates for the New Zealand School Holidays, Public Holidays and Regional Anniversary Holidays for 2010 and 2011.
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  • Kepler KeaKepler Kea
    This photo of a kea was taken while walking the Kepler Track in Fiordland. You can see the beautiful shades of the feathers, from green through to tea...
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  • Kea EatingKea Eating
    Kea eating a bit of my apple on the Kepler Track, Fiordland. The Kea (Nestor notabilis) is one of seven parrot species endemic to New Zealand.
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  • Looking Down on KeaLooking Down on Kea
    Kea are amazing birds. They are legendary for their intelligence and curiosity, both vital to their survival in a harsh mountain environment. Studies ...
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  • Naughty KeaNaughty Kea
    The Kea are attracted by the prospect of food scraps from human habitation. Their curiosity leads them to peck and carry away unguarded items of cloth...
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