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For copyright matters, contact us directly at: officialzonea🤍gmail.com 10 of the amazing / beautiful / unique birds / bird / animal / animals that can be found in New Zealand only. Subscribe ► 🤍 Share on Facebook ► 🤍 Tweet this ► 🤍 New Zealand was an island free of land mammals before us pesky humans arrived. In turn, this means a few unusual species of animals and birds evolved that that are endemic to New Zealand. When talking about the birds of New Zealand, most of us would be thinking of kiwis, but there are so many more amazing birds that are native to this country. Here, let's take a look at 10 of the amazing birds that can be found in New Zealand. These birds are including kereru or new zealand pigeon, rifleman, tomtit, takahe, kokako, new zealand fantail, kea parrot, kakapo, tui, and new zealand bellbird. Credits: 🤍 YouTube: Expedia.com.au 🤍 YouTube: Peter 🤍 YouTube: Tony Palmer 🤍 YouTube: Tony Palmer 🤍 YouTube: Tony Palmer 🤍 YouTube: Auckland Zoo 🤍 YouTube: Ewan DS 🤍 YouTube: marcus lacey 🤍 YouTube: marcus lacey 🤍 YouTube: Tony Stoddard 🤍 YouTube: Szabolcs Kókay 🤍 YouTube: elninotsonat 🤍 YouTube: nature video 🤍 YouTube: Born to Behave 🤍 YouTube: Auckland Zoo 🤍 YouTube: Department of Conservation 🤍 YouTube: Tony Palmer 🤍 YouTube: Simes 🤍 YouTube: andreaelvideos 🤍 YouTube: Geoff Reid NZ 🤍 YouTube: Keith Finnerty 🤍 YouTube: marcus lacey 🤍 YouTube: Nate Sundance-Kid 🤍 YouTube: Sergei Polozov 🤍 YouTube: Ceolskog 🤍 YouTub: andreaelvideos 🤍 YouTube: Chris van der Leer 🤍 YouTube: vidmem 🤍 YouTube: andreaelvideos Thank you for watching. Don't forget to comment, rate, and share this video. Subscribe for more videos from ZoneA.
On the 1st June 2019, we started the next 5-year New Zealand Bird Atlas, and you can be a part of it. This film was screened at the 80th Anniversary annual Birds NZ Conference in Wellington. We hope you enjoy it. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram, and sign up to our newsletter, via our website, to receive updates and become part of the most ambitious citizen science project to be carried out in New Zealand in decades. Join us now in our battle to save New Zealand’s unique and precious birds. Download the eBird app here and select the NZ Bird Atlas Portal 🤍 NZ Bird Atlas Website: 🤍 NZ Bird Atlas Facebook: 🤍 NZ Bird Atlas Instagram: 🤍 NZ Bird Atlas eBird portal: 🤍 Produced and all content recorded by Dan Burgin. Except for the Black Fronted Tern chick clip, captured by Mike Bell. All music written by Dan Burgin. You can follow him here: 🤍instagram.com/danny.burgin Many thanks to the Wildlife Management International Ltd team, Birds NZ, Goodness Kitchen and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology team. Finally thank you to the interviewees, your input and time was invaluable. We hope to see you out there!
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Two and a half hours of birdsong, recorded in Victoria Forest, Waiuta on the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island. Hear Tui, Bellbird (Korimako), Fantail (Piwakawaka) and others in their natural habitat ... enjoy
Keas - New Zealand's Witty Daredevills | Nature Documentary Watch 'Magical Moors - A Mysterious World Full of Life' here: 🤍 There are parrots that totally break the stereotypes: the keas in New Zealand just love snow and the cold, harsh mountain climate. To survive here, these mountain parrots have developed exceptional intelligence and resourcefulness. However, for quite some time now, the mountains have been attracting humans and other animals, too – and this has opened a new playground for the birds’ intellectual abilities. They explore and investigate, they burn with curiosity and never get easily ambushed. But despite their extraordinary wit, they are in danger – no one knows how long the species will manage to survive. ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Subscribe Free Documentary - Nature Channel for free: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ #FreeDocumentaryNature #Documentary #Kea ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Free Documentary is dedicated to bring high-class documentaries to you on youtube for free. With the latest camera equipment used by well-known filmmakers working for famous production studios. You will see fascinating shots from the deep seas and up in the air, capturing great stories and pictures from everything our beautiful and interesting planet has to offer. Enjoy stories about nature, wildlife, culture, people, history and more to come.
This video shows 25 bird species recorded in New Zealand over the course of one year. All these birds are indigenous to New Zealand and many of these are endemic. These birds were mostly photographed in their natural habitats and a small number in the Mount Bruce wild life centre. These birds were recorded when I was in New Zealand in 2019 and 15 friends produced the voices over. Here are some of the different birds shown : Blue Duck : unique and rare. They have a blue-grey plumage with a pale grey bill and a black flap at the tip of its beak. The blue duck lives in mountainous area, inhabiting swift and turbulent streams. Australasian Gannet : large seabird with long, pointed wings, a long neck and slender body shape. The most famous mainland breeding sites are Cape Kidnappers, Muriwai and Farewell Spit. Silvereye : one of New Zealand’s most abundant and widespread bird species. They are easily recognisable by its distinctive white eye-ring. Robin : they occur in mature forest, scrub, and exotic plantations. Where robins are regularly exposed to people, such as along public walking tracks, they become quite confiding. Kokako : with their extraordinary haunting song, kokako evoke the forests of ancient New Zealand. The North Island kokako is a large songbird with a blue-grey body and blue wattles that sit under the throat. Kiwi : they are nocturnal birds but they are not disturbed by the red light. Kereru : large handsome bird with various degrees of metallic green, purple and bronze iridescence. They are generally silent except for occasional ‘oos’. Shag : a mostly marine species, feeding in the sea and nesting exclusively on ledges of coastal cliffs or in the sea caves. There are 12 species of shag in New Zealand. Bellbird : they are green with a slightly forked tail, and noisy whirring. In feeding on nectar, they play an important ecological role in pollinating the flowers of many native trees and shrubs. Fantail : famous endemic bird with its distinctive fanned tail and loud song. It often approaches within a metre or two of people. Kaka : large, endemic, forest-dwelling parrots. They are much reduced in range and abundance due to forest clearance and predation by introduced mammals. Kingfisher : The kotare or sacred king fisher is a distinctive bird with green-blue back, buff to yellow undersides and a large black bill. They live anywhere where there is water or open countryside with elevated perches. Ruru : small, cute, dark-brown owl. Also known as morepork. It is named for the sound of its call. They can’t move their eyes which is why they move their heads. Dotterel : familiar bird of sandy east coast beaches in the northern North Island. They breed in monogamous pairs, and vigorously defend territories against other dotterels. Royal spoonbill : large, bulky, long-legged waterbird with white plumage. Its spoon-shaped bill, facial skin, legs and feet are all black. They eat fish, shrimps, aquatic insects and frogs. Hihi : endemic medium-sized songbirds which have fast movements in mid canopy. The male is more colourful than the female. The total population is less than 2000 birds. Tomtit : widespread and fairly common through the North and South Islands. Males have some yellow and/or orange colouration on the lower chest and belly. Tui : locally abundant especially where there is a concentration of flowering plants or fruiting trees. They were called parson bird because the fine white feather on the neck resembled a parson's clerical collar. Weka : flightless bird which is somewhere tame and very inquisitive. They will snatch food from an outstretched hand. The call is a repeated whistle or squawk which can be heard from a considerable distance and it is especially easy to hear it on a moonlit night. White-Faced Heron : tall, elegant, blue-grey bird that can be seen stalking its prey in almost any aquatic habitat, including damp pasture and playing fields. Kakariki : small, bright green, noisy parrots that spend most of their time high in the forest canopy. #birds #newzealand #nzbirds #nzbird #newzealandbirds #endemic 0:00 Presentation 0:31 Whio - Blue Duck 0:59 Kereru - NZ Pigeon 1:18 Takapu - Gannet 1:38 Putangitangi - Paradise Duck 2:02 Toutouwai - NZ Robin 2:19 Hihi - Stitchbird 2:39 Tui 3:05 Kokako 3:24 Kiwi 3:46 Tauhou - Silvereye 4:05 Torea Pango - Oystercatcher 4:27 Miromiro - Tomtit 4:50 Ruru - Morepork 5:10 Piwakawaka - Fantail 5:27 Kaka 5:49 Pihoihoi 6:07 Weka 6:40 Pukeko 7:02 Kawau - Shag 7:24 Korimako - Bellbird 7:43 Tuturiwhatu - Dotterel 8:00 Kotuku Ngutupapa - Royal Spoonbill 8:25 Kotare - Kingfisher 8:47 Matuku Moana - White Faced Heron 9:04 Kakariki - Yellow-Crowned Parakeet
Relax with the pure sound of New Zealand native birds singing (Kereru, Tui, Bellbird - Korimako and others) and enjoy the photographs of New Zealand's South Island. This video of beautiful and pristine nature creates an atmosphere of peace and tranquility. It can help relax the mind and body, enabling greater clarity and a more balanced and productive state. Great for relaxation and sleepless nights - or playing in the background during the day. Escape the city and immerse yourself in the sounds of nature. Recorded at Waiuta, Victoria Forest, West Coast, New Zealand
RoyalCam was set up in January 2016 by the Department of Conservation. Beginning with the 2019/20 season we have partnered with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's Bird Cams (🤍 To learn more while watching, view the cam at 🤍 or at 🤍 Book a virtual albatross experience with the Royal Albatross Centre: 🤍 * Royal Cam is a 24-hour live stream of a Northern Royal Albatross nest during the breeding season at Pukekura/Taiaroa Head on the southeast tip of New Zealand's South Island. This season (2022–23) we are watching a male, GLY (named for his colored leg bands: Green, Lime, Yellow) and female, L (Lime). The fertile egg was laid on the November 4, 2022. 🤍 to get all the updates during what’s sure to be another action-packed season on New Zealand’s South Island. #birdcams #live #albatross #birds #wildlife #nature #nowplaying #newzealand #endangeredspecies
New Zealand. A place with beautiful and unique scenery, culture, and wildlife. In New Zealand, the variety of unique species is surprising, ranging from alpine parrots to "living dinosaurs." Not to mention the marine life that thrives in New Zealand's oceans, such as the world's tiniest dolphins and adorable fur seals. Trust us when we say that the diversity of New Zealand native animals will astound you. Watch our videos incognito👤 using a VPN👇 ➡️ 🤍 (Affiliate link) ❓VPN❓ A virtual private network (VPN) allows you to have online privacy and anonymity by creating private networks from a public internet connection. FastestVPN, available for desktop and mobile devices, is specially built with advanced protocols and 256-Bit AES encryption ⛓️ which secures you on public Wi-Fi networks, clears cookies, and commendably protects your identity. It works as the best and most efficient solution for anonymity, privacy, and security. #NewZealand #Animals #Wildlife Source Materials: Tui clips provided by Tony Palmer 🤍 Our Patreon: patreon.com/toprankingsdaily
The kakapo is a very rare, plump parrot that lives in New Zealand. It's inability to fly and that it's nocturnal make it the strangest parrot in the world. Subscribe to Discovery TV for more great clips: 🤍 Follow Discovery on Twitter: 🤍
The parrot famed for being destructive chews on tourists' shoes, camera strap, and on a camper van while a crowd watches. Did you know that keas are intelligent birds that can solve puzzles and understand probability? They are smart animals. Please leave a comment 😊 Shop: 🤍 Music: Look Busy (c) Incompetech.com, Creative Commons Attributn 3.0.
Subscribe and 🔔 to the BBC 👉 🤍 Watch the BBC first on iPlayer 👉 🤍 Stephen Fry and zoologist Mark Carwardine head to the ends of the earth in search of animals on the edge of extinction. In New Zealand the travellers make their way through one of the most dramatic landscapes in the world. They are on a journey to find the last remaining kakapo, a fat, flightless parrot which, when threatened with attack, adopts a strategy of standing very still indeed. Last Chance To See | Series 1 Episode 5 | BBC #LastChanceToSee #bbc All our TV channels and S4C are available to watch live through BBC iPlayer, although some programmes may not be available to stream online due to rights. If you would like to read more on what types of programmes are available to watch live, check the 'Are all programmes that are broadcast available on BBC iPlayer?' FAQ 👉 🤍
Kea’s are famous for their insatiable curiosity and their multi-tool beak. This can be a problem for humans but it allows them to be the only parrot on earth that can live above the snowline. ➡ Subscribe: 🤍 ➡ Watch all clips from Destination Wild here: 🤍 About National Geographic Wild: National Geographic Wild is a place for all things animals and for animal-lovers alike. Take a journey through the animal kingdom with us and discover things you never knew before, or rediscover your favorite animals! Get More National Geographic Wild: Official Site: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Read more about Parrots here: 🤍 A Very Curious Parrot | Wild New Zealand 🤍 Nat Geo Wild 🤍
The kiwi is a unique and curious bird: it cannot fly, has loose, hair-like feathers, strong legs and no tail. Learn more about the kiwi, the national icon of New Zealand and unofficial national emblem. Kiwi is an endemic of New Zealand New Zealanders have been called 'Kiwis' since the nickname was bestowed by Australian soldiers in the First World War. Today a lot of dedicated people help to prevent kiwi from becoming extinct. There are five species of kiwi: Brown Kiwi, Great Spotted Kiwi/Roroa, Little Spotted Kiwi, Rowi, Tokoeka Kiwi are ratites. The closest relatives to kiwi today is the elephant bird from Madagascar. They are also related to emus and cassowaries of Australia, and the extinct moa of New Zealand. Kiwi can live for between 25 and 50 years. Chicks hatch fully feathered. They emerge from the nest to feed at about five days old and are never fed by their parents. Juveniles grow slowly, taking three to five years to reach adult size. Kiwi are a significant national icon, equally cherished by all cultures in New Zealand. Kiwi are a symbol for the uniqueness of New Zealand wildlife and the value of our natural heritage. The bird itself is a taonga (treasure) to Maori, who have strong cultural, spiritual and historic associations with kiwi. Its feathers are valued in weaving kahukiwi (kiwi feather cloak) for people of high rank. Due to the cultural significance to Maori and the traditional knowledge about the bird, tangata whenua are a key stakeholder in kiwi management. For a number of local iwi and hapu throughout New Zealand, this relationship between tangata whenua and kiwi has been formally recognised as part of their Treaty of Waitangi settlement claims, which encompass specific references to species recovery work. This includes the Ngai Tahu Claims Settlement Act 1998. I love to make videos, or video edits with animals. People send me their videos on Instagram. Sending me videos you allow me to use in my compilations :) If you like the video, give it a "thumbs up" and don't forget to subscribe! Also, take a look at playlists👉 Animals And Video Games: 🤍 Funny Animals: 🤍 Animal Tales: 🤍 ►Music used in this video: OST Ice Age 2 The Meltdown Barroom Ballet - Silent Film Light - Kevin MacLeod 🤍
🔴For all of the birds (And Species) that have died out, they may now rest peacefully in the skies of heaven 🔘Credits: ◾E.B.O.N.Z - Has the best information for the extinct birds of New Zealand 🟢Music: Music 1: "Broken Hearts" Music 2: (Sad Piano Music) Music Links: Music 1: 🤍 Music 2: 🤍 Note (South Island Kokako): I Might've put south island kokako up there because many people think it's extinct and many other think it's not. Note: Predator 2050: Many Kiwis are doing their very best in order to protect the native wonders of New Zealand (especially our special endemic bird species that cannot be found in any other part of the world) -Predator 2050 can be featured in another extraordinary video Thank You.
Kotuku Awa or Arnold River - Moana, West Coast, New Zealand Relaxing hour of peaceful birdsong captured in a forest on the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island. Great for studying, relaxation, sleepless nights and peaceful meditation. The Arnold River drains out of Lake Bunner and enters the lower part of the Grey River near Stillwater. The river water is seldom discolored, with the river banks in parts covered with native forest, other parts have willow trees over hanging into the water.
Season 3, episode 26: Watch a video about one of New Zealand’s most-loved birds - the fantail or pīwakawaka - and the way they help us test the health of the forest, and whether pest control in the area has worked. Meet the Locals is a series of mini-documentaries about New Zealand's wildlife, wild places and the people working to protect them. Each four-minute episode showcases the inspiring work of local communities, businesses and individuals, who make a difference to protecting our natural areas, native species and historic places. Meet the Locals is a partnership between DOC and TVNZ.
In the dead of night, the extremely rare, brown kiwi leaves his burrow for the pitch dark of the primeval New Zealand forest. ➡ Subscribe: 🤍 ➡ Watch all clips from Destination Wild here: 🤍 About National Geographic Wild: National Geographic Wild is a place for all things animals and for animal-lovers alike. Take a journey through the animal kingdom with us and discover things you never knew before, or rediscover your favorite animals! Get More National Geographic Wild: Official Site: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 New Zealand's Most Famous Bird | Wild New Zealand 🤍 Nat Geo Wild 🤍
Takahe are truly fascinating birds. As well as being a great example of parallel evolution alongside the North Island Takahe and the Pukeko, they are also a conservation success story and have recovered well since their dramatic rediscovery in 1948. I hope you enjoy! Background music: Picturesque - Alex Arcoleo 1 hour of Ambient Fantasy Music Enchanted Lands - Volume 2 Logos by pantydraco on Instagram! 🤍 Make sure to like and subscribe to learn more about our wonderful world! Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. All video/game content is recorded and edited under fair use rights for reasons of commentary and social satire. #NewZealandBirdoftheWeek
New Zealand is famous for its unique birdlife, including the iconic kiwi. But the South Pacific nation has one of the world's worst extinction rates; introduced predators kill an estimated 25 million native birds each year. Now, an ambitious plan is in place to save the country's feathered friends. "Predator Free 2050" aims to rid the island nation of all rats, possums and other pests by 2050. 101 East travels to New Zealand to witness first-hand the extraordinary efforts being made to hunt down foreign pests and predators and restore its native birds to forests and cities. - Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 - Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 - Find us on Facebook: 🤍 - Check our website: 🤍
A birding expedition to film as many birds as possible at the Waikanae Scientific Reserve in New Zealand! I had 2 hours and came out with a respectable 20 species - including banded and New Zealand dotterels, grey teal, and sacred kingfisher. The Waikanae estuary is rich in biodiversity, thanks to it being so close to the Kāpiti Island marine reserve. Its a safe haven for native fish and invertebrates, which support all of the wonderful manu (birds) that live there, and provides a safe passage inland for breeding. To keep it that way, its been extensively replanted by volunteer groups putting in the mahi. I loved my morning here and highly recommend it to anyone wanting to have a peaceful time in nature! Remember to keep your dogs on leashes, as endangered birds breed there. You can find out more about the Waikanae Estuary Scientific Reserve here: 🤍 Aroha nui! INSTAGRAM 🤍outdoorswithsum WEB summergleeson96.wixsite.com/website ENQUIRIES outdoorswithsum🤍gmail.com music via epidemic sound When the Noise Settles; Disque Magique; Mint Conditions - Dusty Decks images via creative commons DSC_7072 - Kaimai Kid Royal Spoonbills - PaulBalfe Banded Dotterel - Seabird NZ kotare - dcysurfer / Dave Young
As a filmmaker, I love closing my eyes when I'm in a protected area like Tawharanui, Tiritiri Matangi, Zealandia or any of the other beautiful parks in New Zealand. The bird songs in these predator free areas are so loud and strong. And closing your eyes makes this experience even more powerful and impressive. To give praise to all the people that are working incredibly hard every day to make Predator Free New Zealand a reality I created a video with just as much emphasis on the sounds we could here as the sights we could see in a Predator Free Aotearoa. Both in our forests as in our coastal regions.. Many thanks to the Department of Conservation (NZ) for making their bird sound library available online. And thanks to Les McPherson of archivebirdsnz.com for permission to use some of his amazing sound recordings. Enjoy!
Bird feeding is a super popular activity around the world - including New Zealand. Feeding bread is particularly popular in New Zealand. But is it a good idea to feed birds bread? What does it mean for urban native birds? What are some other ways to help native birds? This animation covers some key findings and recommendations from PhD research done by Josie Galbraith, from the Joint Graduate School in Biodiversity and Biosecurity at the University of Auckland. In collaboration with supervisors Margaret Stanley (UoA), Jacqueline Beggs (UoA), and Darryl Jones (Griffith University). Additional details available at: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Special thanks to Lu Davidson at Matai Media for animating and producing the video, and Siouxsie Wiles at the University of Auckland for funding this animation project.
The Moa were some of the biggest and most extraordinary birds to have ever walked the earth. The mightiest stood nearly nine feet tall and weighed almost a quarter of a ton. ➡ Subscribe: 🤍 ➡ Watch all clips from Destination Wild here: 🤍 About National Geographic Wild: National Geographic Wild is a place for all things animals and for animal-lovers alike. Take a journey through the animal kingdom with us and discover things you never knew before, or rediscover your favorite animals! Get More National Geographic Wild: Official Site: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 New Zealand's Giant Bird Monsters | Wild New Zealand 🤍 Nat Geo Wild 🤍
Subantarctic skuas are heavyset seabirds that are well known for their aggressive temperaments and opportunistic nature. I hope you enjoy. Background music: Picturesque - Alex Arcoleo Logos by pantydraco on Instagram! 🤍 Make sure to like and subscribe to learn more about our wonderful world! Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Copyright Disclaimer under section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, education, and research. All video/game content is recorded and edited under fair use rights for reasons of commentary and social satire.
All eyes on the US election? Well, here's another vote, as bitterly contested, but a lot cuter. New Zealand has voted the kakapo its bird of the year. It was a tough competition and only a complex election system allowed the big flightless parrot to triumph over its closest rival, the antipodean albatross. There even were allegations of election rigging when hundreds of votes came from a single IP address. But in the end, the kakapo won, marking the second time New Zealanders crowned the chubby parrot their number one bird. Please subscribe HERE 🤍
The kererū, a pigeon that is known to get a bit tipsy by consuming fermented fruits has just been voted New Zealand's "Bird of the Year" by the Forest & Bird conservation organization. Subscribe on YouTube: 🤍 - - - - - - - - - - - - - Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍
RoyalCam was set up in January 2016 by the Department of Conservation and the Cornell Lab has been collaborating with DOC since 2019 to bring the cam to life. To learn more while watching, view the cam at 🤍 or at 🤍 * Royal Cam is a 24-hour live stream of a Northern Royal Albatross nest during the breeding season at Pukekura/Taiaroa Head on the southeast tip of New Zealand's South Island. This season (2022–23) we are watching a male, GLY (named for his colored leg bands: Green, Lime, Yellow) and female, L (Lime). The fertile egg was laid on the November 4, 2022. 🤍 to get all the updates during what’s sure to be another action-packed season on New Zealand’s South Island. #birdcams #live #albatross #birds #wildlife #nature #nowplaying #newzealand #endangeredspecies
If I have used artwork that belongs to you but have neglected to credit it this will just be because I was unable to find one. If this has happened please contact me and I will add a credit via a YouTube annotation. The artwork of Haast's Eagle and the two moa used Throughout the video is by John Megahan. To get merch: 🤍 To support me on Patreon (thank you): 🤍 To donate to my PayPal (thank you): 🤍 Email: mothlightmedia🤍outlook.com This Video Looks into the Giant Haast's Eagle and explains how large they were, how and what they hunted and How they went extinct. Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
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Election fraud is something we’ve come to expect from America, but not beautiful, COVID-free New Zealand. Michael Kosta reports on a rigged election that ruffled the country’s feathers: the Bird of the Year competition. #DailyShow #MichaelKosta #ElectionFraud Subscribe to The Daily Show: 🤍 Follow The Daily Show: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Watch full episodes of The Daily Show for free: 🤍 Follow Comedy Central: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 About The Daily Show: Trevor Noah and The Daily Show correspondents tackle the biggest stories in news, politics and pop culture. The Daily Show with Trevor Noah airs weeknights at 11/10c on Comedy Central.
Listen, relax and fall to sleep to the sound of New Zealand birds singing as the sun rises. Support more content on 🤍 You can visit all my associated pages here: 🤍 Did you know listening to birdsong & the sounds of nature activates healing. It works in your regenerative parasympathetic nervous system as it conveys the signal of safety. (vagus nerve). Birds chirp in the absence of predators, signalling safety. Background songs are: For Sleep and Aris45Remix from: 🤍 Photo from Pexels by Josiah Farrow 🤍 MotionLeap app was used to create moving clouds. Thank you for visiting my channel. I now have ASMR merch :) You can visit all my associated pages here: 🤍 For collaborations and business inquiries, contact me on: My Instagram: 🤍 My Facebook: 🤍 #birdsong #naturesounds #relax