Tūī (Prosthemadera novaseelandiae) is a common endemic bird of New Zealand, and can be found both in the bush as well as in urban and suburban environments. They can be easily recognised by their magnificent song as well as by a very prominent patch of white feathers on their throat.
They are nectar feeding birds, although they are also know to eat invertebrates, and have an important role as pollinators.
Their beautiful song is filled with clicks and bell-like sounds, and it is said they can imitate a lot of other sounds in the environment.
Watch the video of a Tūī bird in all of its splendor:
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