South Island takahe | New Zealand
The man who refused to believe the takahe was extinct died in Dunedin on Tuesday at the age of 98. It was assumed, when Dr. Geoffrey Orbell rediscovered the takahe in Fiordland’s Murchison Mountain…
South Island takahe. Adult. Mana Island, May 2006. Image © Ian Armitage…
South Island Takahe (Critically Endangered)
South Island takahe | New Zealand Birds Online
South Island takahe. Tiritiri Matangi Island,
South Island Takahē is a flightless bird indigenous to New Zealand. Image via Bird's Eye View at www.Facebook.com/aBirdsEyeViewForYou
The takahē, Notornis, or South Island takahē (Porphyrio hochstetteri) is a flightless bird indigenous to New Zealand and belonging to the rail family
South Island Takahe (Porphyrio hochstetteri)
Now critically endangered, the takahe were once thought of as extinct until rediscovered in the Fiordland on New Zealand's South Island in 1948.
Birds South Island Takahe
South Island Takahe stamps - mainly images - gallery format
South Island takahe. Adult feeding chick. Burwood breeding centre, February 2011. Image © Sabine Bernert by Sabine Bernert www.sabinebernert.fr
Saw my first ever Takahe last week. Once thought to be extinct these native NZ birds are on the endangered list.
south island takahe | South Island takahe. Juvenile. Maud Island, February 2012. Image ...
south island takahe | South Island takahe. Adult raising wings. Mount Bruce Wildlife Centre ...
Nearly extinct, this species is being bred in captivity and being relocated to newly rat-free islands in New Zealand (includes video)
How appearances deceive! This apparently plain picture is in fact a shot of a #Takahē taken at the #Karoriwildlifesanctuary in Wellington, New Zealand called #Zealandia. The Takahē is native to
South Island Takahe, Porphyrio hocstetteri