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Kokako and Kohekohe


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Hannah Shand

limited edition fine art print

297 x 420mm, A3


‘Kokako and Kohekohe’ is an artwork of one of New Zealand’s rare birds, the North Island Kokako, a bird fondly known for its incredible haunting song that echoes through the forest. The bird perches on a cluster of blooming Kohekohe, a native New Zealand tree that the Kokako like to feed on. Hannah photographed Kahurangi the special female Kokako at Pukaha National Wildlife Centre, where they have done incredible work to help the species. After introducing Kokako in 2007, they now have counted 40 pairs and 1 single which live over the mountain in the Wairarapa. She also studied and photographed the Kohekoke trees on one of her favourite walking tracks along the Waikanae River.

About the Artist

Hannah Shand

Hannah Shand loves New Zealand’s native birds, and has a fascination with our beautiful and unique flora and fauna. Her other passion is drawing, and she creates realistic and timeless artworks using black fine-tip pens.

"The purpose of my art is to convey the beauty of our native birds, as my goal as an artist is to raise awareness, appreciation and funds for conservation."

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