The Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae or the New Zealand bellbird is a bird that can only be found in its native land, New Zealand. Its notable feature is its bell-like cry that can be heard throughout the country’s forests and wooded areas. The male of this bird species boasts more vibrant hues compared to the female, both having a beautiful combination of green and yellow feathers.
The bellbirds native to New Zealand play a vital role in the local ecosystem as they mainly feed on nectar and help pollinate the region’s native plants. Additionally, they also prey on insects and spiders, making them an essential part of the food chain.