The New Zealand bellbird is the common name for the bird Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae. It is indigenous to New Zealand, as suggested by its name, and is well-known for its bell-like cry, which is audible across the country’s woods and woodlands. The males of these medium-sized birds have more vivid colours than the females, and they both have lovely green and yellow plumage.
Bellbirds from New Zealand are nectar-feeders that are vital to the ecosystem’s native plant pollination. They are a crucial link in the food chain since they are also known to consume insects and spiders.