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New Zealand birds have feather-like hairs, which form a downcurved bill with sensitive nostrils at its tip. The New Zealand bird has a long downcurved bill and is flightless. Three answers have been provided for the clue “new zealand bird” which has been published 77 times.
The tui is a native New Zealand endemic passerine bird. It is the largest member of the honeyeater family. It is also called the purple swap hen. These birds are not known to those who have never visited New Zealand. There are more than 200 species of birds native to New Zealand. Many of these species are now extinct.