Wellington

Wellington is the capital city of NZ and is also known as the windy city. Te Whanga-nui-a-Tara is it's Maori name. The population is 413,012. Wellington is located at the bottom of the North Island. [...]

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Piwakawaka…

The Piwakawaka is a native endemic bird of NZ. The Piwakawaka has a fan as a tail to help it glide and balance. They are a very small bird. In fact they are one of the [...]

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Kiwi

  The Kiwi is a native NZ bird. There are 5 kinds.  Brown kiwi, Tokoeka, Little spotted kiwi, Rowi and Roroa. Kiwi are a small bird the size of a domestic chicken. They have webbed feet and [...]

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Native Kiwi…

The kiwi is a Native NZ bird. There are 5 kinds of kiwi in NZ. Kiwi are a smallish bird which are about the size of a domestic chicken. They have a very long bill, [...]

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The Kiwi

A kiwi is a small flightless bird that lives in the North and South Island of NZ.    Kiwis have long shaggy feathers that are a dark brown.kiwis also have a small pair of wings [...]

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Christchurch

Christchurch is the largest city in the South Island of NZ and the third-largest in New Zealand. It has a population of 404,500. The Maori name is Otautahi. Christchurch  is located in Canterbury near the [...]

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Kea

  The kea is an NZ native bird and it belongs to the parrot family.   Kea have olive green feathers. Kea have sharp upper beaks that can probably cut through a hot air balloon [...]

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Wetapunga

  Weta are a native insect of NZ. They have six legs and spiky legs and their ears are behind their legs.  Weta are only found in NZ. They live in caves, grasslands  under logs [...]

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The Whio

 The Whio is a small duck that lives in the South Island of NZ and its name translates to blue duck.   Whio have a dark blue waterproof coat, feathers that keep them warm in [...]

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RememberWhen

Remember when I fell off a big square and landed on the big tramp?  That was the holidays.   Remember when a random cat walked into Flip Out and started to meow? That was the [...]

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