Piwakawaka / fantail

Piwakawaka / fantail
Piwakawaka / fantail
A4 giclee art print by Brooke Hartigan

Printed on A4 matt paper, ready to be framed - looks beautiful in a black frame
Please note the frame is not included

Pīwakawaka – One of the cutest birds in the New Zealand bush! These little birds will often follow humans walking through scrub, forest or wetlands, eating the bugs they disturb. Their tail makes pīwakawaka quite distinctive, as well as their tiny “peeps” they produce when foraging or alarmed. Fantails are found throughout New Zealand, and can even be coloured entirely black in some cases! Their tails are used to quickly change direction when hunting for bugs such as flies, spiders, wasps, and beetles, although they sometimes also eat fruit. Head to www.doc.govt.nz to learn more about pīwakawaka and their significance to Māori…

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Conservation student hoping to share New Zealand's unique creatures, one drawing at a time