Feeding on our sugar water
Swarming on the shaded side of many large rock outcrops.
Probably the Reef Heron.
The green variation seems to be quite common in this area.
At least two kakariki in the tree on February 26, 2015.
The wikipedia page which our taxa page links to suggests that their colour is dependant upon the amount of sunlight they receive, in which case I wouldn't expect to find red and green variations side by side.
Locally common in open understory, under mahoe on lower slopes.
This individual unusually bulbiliferous for A. gracillimum.
Inappropriate planting. Which raises the question how good (in terms of eco-sourcing) are the other plantings in the area?
A few small plants on bank above track. Unclear if planted. A lot of obvious plantings (e.g., podocarps, kohekohe) in immediate area.
Just one small plant seen on this track.
Polystichum oculatum also present.
Probably indigenous, but lots of plantings, so not sure about this and the Libertia alongside the track.
Probably a self-sown introduction. But there are a lot of plantings into this reserve.
Fairly common. P. neozelandicum on higher slopes.
One adult noticed, and a fair number of juveniles.
Single plant seen, not far from Darlington Road entrance.
Seedlings common in places within reserve.
With a small trunk.