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Creadion carunculatus, Print, The South Island saddleback or tīeke (Philesturnus carunculatus) is a forest bird in the New Zealand wattlebird family which is endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. Both the North Island saddleback and this species were formerly considered conspecific. The Department of Conservation currently has the South Island saddleback listed as At Risk--Declining., 1825-1834

Creadion carunculatus, Print, The South Island saddleback or tīeke (Philesturnus carunculatus) is a forest bird in the New Zealand wattlebird family which is endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. Both the North Island saddleback and this species were formerly considered conspecific. The Department of Conservation currently has the South Island saddleback listed as At Risk--Declining., 1825-1834 Stock Photo
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Artokoloro / Alamy Stock Photo

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3434 x 4598 px | 29.1 x 38.9 cm | 11.4 x 15.3 inches | 300dpi

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Artokoloro

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This image could have imperfections as it’s either historical or reportage.

Creadion carunculatus, Print, The South Island saddleback or tīeke (Philesturnus carunculatus) is a forest bird in the New Zealand wattlebird family which is endemic to the South Island of New Zealand. Both the North Island saddleback and this species were formerly considered conspecific. The Department of Conservation currently has the South Island saddleback listed as At Risk--Declining., 1825-1834

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