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Wax eye

Zosterops lateralis


The first picture was at my fathers house where he feeds the Tui and Wax eyes in a bird feeder with sugar water. He restricts the birds to two bottles a day. The second photo is a cherry blossum at my house the birds and bee's love the tree. The birds are named for the white ring around their eye's.


They are nectar feeders and usually hang around the smae trees as the Tui. They are however a lot smaller so get pushed out a lot of the time.

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Southland, New Zealand

Spotted on Dec 12, 2011
Submitted on Dec 12, 2011

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