The waxeye is a small olive green forest bird with white rings around its eyes.
These friendly birds were self introduced in the 1800s and now have a wide distribution throughout New Zealand. They have made the forest their home and are now among the most common bird in suburbia.
Made of pottery in New Zealand by Jan Russell these cheerful birds will make you smile every time you see them.
Dimensions: per bird
8cm head to tail, length
5cm beak to bum, width