Wax-eye

The silvereye – also known as the wax-eye, or sometimes white eye – is a small and friendly olive green forest bird with white rings around its eyes. Silvereye have a wide distribution throughout New Zealand and Australia. It is protected as a native New Zealand species and the Māori name, tauhou, means “stranger” or more literally, “new arrival”.

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