Tui On Harakeke V

Tui come for the sweet nectar in the flax flowers

One Sparrow New

Ready for action

Tui On Harakeke III

Tui come for the sweet nectar in the flax flowers

Tui On Harakeke II

Tui come for the sweet nectar in the flax flowers

Tui On Harakeke

Tui come for the sweet nectar in the flax flowers

Tui On Harakeke IV

Tui come for the sweet nectar in the flax flowers

Kuaka Connection II

Kuaka (Godwit) are a sacred bird that navigates 29,000 km across oceans, from Alaska to Aotearoa where they nest in the Ahuriri estuary

The Hawke's Bay airport entrance has several of these installations at various points, representing the Kuaka in flight

Kuaka Connection

Kuaka (Godwit) are a sacred bird that navigates 29,000 km across oceans, from Alaska to Aotearoa where they nest in the Ahuriri estuary

The Hawke's Bay airport entrance has several of these installations at various points, representing the Kuaka in flight

Kuaka Connection III

Kuaka (Godwit) are a sacred bird that navigates 29,000 km across oceans, from Alaska to Aotearoa where they nest in the Ahuriri estuary

The Hawke's Bay airport entrance has several of these installations at various points, representing the Kuaka in flight

The Daily Telegraph

A fiery sunset (and departing seagull) over the beautiful Art Deco Daily Telegraph building in Napier, Hawke's Bay

Kereru

A pair of Kereru (NZ Wood Pigeon) enjoying the last evening sunlight in an olive tree

Rise!

A shag drying its wings in the sunshine on top of the tall beacon

Firebird

A lone seagull flying across a fiery sunset

Estuary Escape

A favourite spot to catch the last sunlight of the day, watch the birds coming and going and slip into a moment of stillness

The Bird Of Gold

A detail of the bird on The Gold of the Kowhai sculpture

Standing four metres high, the Kowhai sculpture was created by renowned New Zealand artist Paul Dibble. It stands on the corner of Tennyson Street and Herschell Street, opposite MTG Hawke’s Bay

Outlook For Saturday New Edit

A seagull on a post in the ocean perhaps waiting patiently for hot chips

Going Solo New

Sunset over Ahuriri estuary silhouetting a single eucalyptus tree with its reflection in the water

Flight Of The Return

A symbol of freedom and lightness. Flight of The Return sculpture in Paxie's Lane, Napier by Napier artist Philipp Meir, is a stainless steel installation of some of Hawke’s Bay’s most regular visitors – gannets

There's several stainless steel gannets "flying" along the wall, this photo is just one of them

Brand New Box Of Matches New Edit

Sunset over Ahuriri estuary silhouetting a stand of eucalyptus trees