Tūī are distinct passerine birds extensive in New Zealand; inhabiting woodlands, offshore islands, backwoods, parks and also gardens.
This clever bird is known for its unique pair of white-shafted plumes that runs on the sides of the throat. It has a black curved costs; the plumage shows a metallic green sheen as well as light- brownish spots on the back as well as sides.
Tui feeds largely on nectar from blossoms as well as usually go with native fruits and insects. Do you understand that too, just like a parrot, can plainly imitate human speeches!