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Choose from 334 pictures in our Tui collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


20087840 Featured Tui Print

20087840

NEW ZEALAND SOUTH ISLAND FJORDLAND TE ANAU A TUI BIRD FLIES FROM A TREE IN TE ANAU FJORDLAND SOUTH ISLAND.The Tui Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae is an endemic passerine bird of New Zealand one of the largest members of the diverse honeyeater family. The name Tui is from the Maori language name t and is the formal common name. The plural is simply Tui following Maori usage. The English name Parson Bird has fallen into disuse but came about because at first glance the Tui appears completely black except for a small tuft of white feathers at its neck and a small white wing patch causing it to resemble a parson in religious attire Antipodean Oceania 1 Religion Single unitary

© Bruce Adams eye ubiquitous / hutchison

Lava flow in Fernandina Island, Galapagos Islands. Lava flowing at speed of water runs Featured Tui Print

Lava flow in Fernandina Island, Galapagos Islands. Lava flowing at speed of water runs

Lava flow in Fernandina Island, Galapagos Islands. Lava flowing at speed of water runs past old stand of Bursera graveolens trees on previously vegetated cone (February 1995)

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Biodiversity Hotspot, Colour, Dramatic, Erupting, Galapagos, Galapagos Islands, Galapagos National Park, Geology, Latin America, Lava, Night, Orange, South America, Unesco World Heritage Site, Volcanic Features, Volcano

Aerial view of Galapagos sea lion group (Zalophus wollebaeki Featured Tui Print

Aerial view of Galapagos sea lion group (Zalophus wollebaeki

Aerial view of Galapagos sea lion group (Zalophus wollebaeki) swimming with Brown pelicans (Pelecanus occidentalis) followng them to hunt and scavenge. Bainbrdige Crater, near Santiago Island, Galapagos

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Aerial View, Animal, Animalia, Aves, Biodiversity Hotspot, Bird, Birds, Brown Pelican, Carnivora, Carnivore, Coastal Waters, Eared Seal, Elevated View, Endangered, Endangered Species, Galapagos, Galapagos Islands, Galapagos National Park, Galapagos Sealion, High Angle View, Latin America, Mammal, Mammalia, Marine, Mixed Species, Ocean, Otarid, Otaridae, Otary, Pacific Ocean, Pelecanidae, Pelecaniformes, Pelecanus, Pelecanus Occidentalis, Pelican, Pinniped, Pinnipedia, Saltwater, Sealion, South America, Surface, Threatened, Unesco World Heritage Site, Vertebrate, Water, Wildlife, Zalophus, Zalophus Wollebaeki