A small study sketch of a native New Zealand Bellbird. Most New Zealanders can easily recognise the bellbird by its melodious song, which Captain Cook described as sounding 'like small bells exquisitely tuned'.
Well camouflaged, the bellbird is usually heard before it is seen. Females are dull olive-brown, with a slight blue sheen on the head and a pale yellow cheek stripe. Males are olive green, with a purplish head and black outer wing and tail feathers.
Ink pen and Watercolour on 300gsm paper
Framed 190mm x 160mm
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