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Long Tailed Cuckoo (Koekoea) - No Artist - Birds Of New Zealand (Land And Sea) (Vinyl, LP)

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  • Telkis
    Home >> Birds of New Zealand >> Long-tailed Cuckoo. Long-tailed Cuckoo (Koekoea) Species: Eudynamys taitensis You can see this with: about:Ruggedy Range™ Wilderness Experience Ruggedy Range™ Wilderness Experience. We are passionate about our wildlife and environment. Receive personal attention in small groups from friendly, knowledgeable.
  • Gokree
    Oct 14,  · Long-tailed Cuckoo (Koekoeā) calling - Mangawhero Forest (Oscar Thomas).
  • Gonos
    Dr Sparrman and J.R. Forster, who accompanied Captain Cook during his second voyage, first discovered the long-tailed cuckoo at Tahiti in August In February, when Cook touched Queen Charlotte's Sound in New Zealand on his last voyage, we find mention of this species once again, the first report of this species in New Zealand.
  • Sajind
    Listen to call of the cuckoo whose tail is long again as its body.
  • Neran
    The long-tailed cuckoo is by far the larger of the two common cuckoos in New Zealand. It is brown and paler below, with bars, streaks and spots all over. The back and scapulars of adults are dark brown with numerous red-brown transverse bars; in immatures the back is dark brown with numerous large rounded cream-coloured spots.
  • Virr
    Similar species: the shining cuckoo is similar in size and body-proportions to a sparrow-sized song-bird, but there are no other iridescent green birds in New Zealand. Distribution and habitat. Shining cuckoos occur throughout much of New Zealand, reflecting the wide distribution of .
  • Zululmaran
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  • Takus
    Compared with the shining cuckoo, long-tailed cuckoos migrate to a wide range of destinations across the tropical Pacific. They return to New Zealand, the only place where they breed. They lay their eggs in the nests of whiteheads, yellowheads and brown creepers, and these birds raise the chicks.

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