When the Parson Calls...


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The New Zealand tui [pronounced too-ee], is a delightful noisy bird that mostly lives in our native bush/forests. Sometimes referred to as the 'parson bird', due to its white throated collar, its calls are varied and delightful.

Having a dual voice box the tui is able to produce 'sounds that range from a loud and complicated mix of tuneful notes, interspersed with coughs, grunts and wheezes.'[Google]




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Carol Congalton

Sat 2nd Jul 2022 23:53


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Stephen Gospage

Sat 2nd Jul 2022 17:25

It sounds like some of the acts at Glastonbury, Carol!

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