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The Tui is a bird only found in New Zealand that comes from the honeyeater family. Early Europeans call the tui the ‘parson bird’ because the two white tufts of feathers at the tui’s throat reminded them of a vicar’s collar.
The tui is also called kōkō, while kokouri, kopurehe, kokotaua and tute are said to be names for the male bird, kokotea and kouwha for the female.
The Tui are associated with life fulfilment, confidence and spiritual harmony – to Māori they act as messengers to the gods in the heavens.
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