Tui - One of the finest songsters in the New Zealand Forest. Identified by the white feathers at its throat.
Bellbird - So named because of its bell-like call.
Wood Pigeon - This beautiful plumaged bird once formed a staple item of early Maori food.
Kea - A New Zealand Mountain Parrot which lives above the forest line and is well known by trampers for its comical antics and inquisitive nature.
Kiwi - New Zealand's national bird, the flightless Kiwi is seldom seen in daylight, preferring to forage for its food at night in dense forest.
Red Crown Parakeet - Rare on mainland New Zealand, normally found on offshore islands living in the native bush.