Silvereye – New Zealand bird series one
The Silvereye or Wax-eye (Zosterops lateralis) is a very small omnivorous passerine bird of the south-west pacific. In Australia and New Zealand its common name is sometimes shortened to White-eye.
In New Zealand, the Silvereye was first recorded in 1832. It arrived in greater numbers in 1856, and it is assumed that a migrating flock was swept eastwards by a storm. As an apparently self-introduced bird it is protected as a native New Zealand species. Its Māori name, Tauhou, means “stranger” or more literally, “new arrival”.
Print Size: H297mm x W210mm
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Professionally printed on 310gsm Hahnemühle German Etching 100% cotton rag Paper with UV protected archival quality inks
Edition number: 100