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MetalBird: Mini Kiwikiu

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Kiwikiu, also known as Maui Parrotbills, utilize their sturdy bills to lift tree bark and snatch up insects hidden beneath. With a population of fewer than 150 in the forests of Haleakalā Volcano, Kiwikiu typically live around 5-10 years.

For your Kiwikiu, the ideal location would be on a post, fence, or wall against a clear sky or a light single color background. You're the artist here. Then, simply take a hammer and gently tap it in. If the wood is tough, consider drilling a small hole first.

  • Easy & fun to install
  • Timeless piece of art
  • Supports Bird Conservation
  • 4.5 x 5  inches


Sku: 3004954

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