Posts tagged with kereru

The Great Kereru Count 2014 – 22nd September to 5th October

Kereru_count

This blog was written by Mel Dash, who is currently on maternity leave from Te Papa Kererū (New Zealand’s native wood pigeon) are making a comeback but they still need our help so Forest and Bird’s Kiwi Conservation Club (KCC), Kereru Discovery and partners have organised a two week Kererū Count to get an idea… Read more »

Meet the photographers of NZ Birds Online #5

  • Immature Nankeen night heron. Wanganui, June 2012. Photographer: Ormond Torr © Ormond Torr, courtesy NZ Birds Online.
  • New Zealand pigeon in display flight. Wanganui, December 2007. Photographer: Ormond Torr © Ormond Torr, courtesy NZ Birds Online.
  • Adult swamp harrier in flight. Wanganui, January 2011. Photographer: Ormond Torr © Ormond Torr, courtesy NZ Birds Online.
  • Adult spotted shag in breeding plumage, in profile. Wanganui, August 2008. Photographer: Ormond Torr © Ormond Torr, courtesy NZ Birds Online.

Happy New Year to you all! How was your summer birding? The NZ Birds Online team have been out and about enjoying the flora and fauna of New Zealand. Colin was lucky enough to get to Snares Island to see some of the subterranean avian inhabitants. We’re continuing our Meet the photographers series - as ever, we’re indebted to the photographers… Read more »