Yellowhead (Mohoua ochrocephala). Head, neck and undersurface canary yellow. Upper surface yellowish brown.
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Yellowheads are small and found in forested areas of the south island. They are in decline since the arrival of rats and stoats. They are host for the long-tailed cuckoo which lays eggs in the yellowhead nest.
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