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What a magnificent tree. Your Tuis look a bit like our wattle birds in Australia.
A truly beautiful tree! Such a wonderful colour.
That's a beautiful tree. The Maoris certainly give things nice obvious names!
one of my most favourite flowers, so bright and cheery :-)
A beautiful tree and great that so many birds can enjoy its food
That tree is gorgeous!
Lovely yellow blooms!
Spectacular!Thank you for sharing this stunner on The Maple Hill Hop!
Beautiful tree and great bird photos too!
Wow! The yellow trees are very nice. It's very good for various kind of birds. I enjoyed your post. Thanks for sharing.
Full of flowers. Beautiful click.
I love seeing the kowhai in bloom and the tuis getting drunk :)
Wow that is a bright yellow tree. Just beautiful. Interesting birds too.
That tree is loaded!
That is a stunning tree, and I have learned my first Maori word. Thank you for that. Lovely photos. I enjoyed your sunset from yesterday as well.
It's a good thing you provided a pronunciation guide for kowhai. If I'd been given 10 chances to guess, that wouldn't have been one of them. :-)I love the tree - and the name. Thanks for sharing, Betty!
Love that you shared this. As I've never been to New Zealand, it is nice to see your photography. The kowhai blooms are such a pretty yellow. I picture that it is a fragrant bloom. :)
A beautiful tree! The birds are enjoying it too.
Beautiful flowering tree. Your capture with the bird in it is my favorite! You were there at the right moment:)
Hello Betty,what a wonderful flowering tree!I call it "golden nature". ;-)Have a nice day,monihttp://www.reflexionblog.de
What a lovely tree - so different from anything that lives near me! Also thank you for sharing the correct pronunciation. Now I'm curious about the tuis. Is that pronounced "twees" or "too-ees"? They have lovely feather patterning.
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