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Mātuhi - the New Zealand Bush Wren fabric by vo_aka_virginiao on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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The bush wren was endemic to the three main islands of New Zealand. In the North Island it was last recorded in 1955, in the South Island in 1968, and on Stewart Island in 1972. In the South Island it lived in the dense mountain forests, while on offshore islands it was found in coastal forests. Introduced cats and rats undoubtedly brought about its decline. Like many extinct New Zealand birds, the wrens were ground nesters, weak fliers and had no defences against predatory mammals. Taken from: http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/natural-environment/5/1/3

Mātuhi - the New Zealand Bush Wren

By: vo_aka_virginiao
The bush wren was endemic to the three main islands of New Zealand. In the North Island it was last recorded in 1955, in the South Island in 1968, and
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