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Yellow-Browed Tui

Photo; Kennedy Spiers

This iconic New Zealand bird is always a pleasure to photograph. This young bird is yet to develop the throat tuft and iridescent blue-green feathers that we instantly recognise in an adult and its yellowed forehead reminds us of the bird’s important role as a pollinator of many native plants.
– Kennedy Speirs

Camera settings: Canon 5DmkII, 100-400mm lens, ISO 1000, 1/100s, f5.6.

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