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Thursday, December 16, 2010

Cute

Simply identify the bird.

Answer: It is, indeed, the Weka.

8 comments:

Ameya said...

Weka (Gallirallus australis hectori)

Anonymous said...

weka, an endagered flightless bird found in NZ
-savinay

indian said...

WEKA OR WOODHEN.

Jerin Philip said...

The Weka or woodhen (Gallirallus australis) is a flightless bird species of the rail family. It is endemic to New Zealand, where four subspecies are recognized. Weka are sturdy brown birds, about the size of a chicken. As omnivores, they feed mainly on invertebrates and fruit. Weka usually lay eggs between August and January; both sexes help to incubate.

utkarsha said...

this is the Weka bird.

Shashwat Goel said...

The Weka

Kaushik said...

weka

The Thinker said...

magenta petrel....world's "rarest" seabird...

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Cute

Simply identify the bird.

Answer: It is, indeed, the Weka.

8 comments:

Ameya said...

Weka (Gallirallus australis hectori)

Anonymous said...

weka, an endagered flightless bird found in NZ
-savinay

indian said...

WEKA OR WOODHEN.

Jerin Philip said...

The Weka or woodhen (Gallirallus australis) is a flightless bird species of the rail family. It is endemic to New Zealand, where four subspecies are recognized. Weka are sturdy brown birds, about the size of a chicken. As omnivores, they feed mainly on invertebrates and fruit. Weka usually lay eggs between August and January; both sexes help to incubate.

utkarsha said...

this is the Weka bird.

Shashwat Goel said...

The Weka

Kaushik said...

weka

The Thinker said...

magenta petrel....world's "rarest" seabird...