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Punanga Manu o Te Anau, Te Anau
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
See rare and endangered bird species native to New Zealand at Punanga Manu o Te Anau. Unlike a zoo, the wildlife park takes the form of aviaries and enclosures scattered along parklands on the edge of the lake. They nurse injured and special needs birds as well. Get there by car or opt to take the more scenic route, a hike along the lakefront from the nearby town. You can also take advantage of the popular hiking trails of Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound, which are in the vicinity. Entry to the park is free and offers rare opportunities to see birds such as the native pigeon, blue flamingo, tui, kea, kakariki, kaka, takahe, and weka. Plan to visit Punanga Manu o Te Anau and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Te Anau attractions using our Te Anau trip itinerary planner.
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I was a little bit disappointed. On one side, I'm happy that there is not too many birds on captivity. But I couldn't appreciate the few that were there. I couldn't arrived during the feeding time and... read more »
We changed our original plans so that we could visit when a 'meet the locals' tour was running. In the winter they ran at 10:30 a.m and 9:30 a.m in the summer. The Te Anau visitors centre also has the... read more »
Great place to see two NZ endangered birds up very close. Arrived just before feeding time and the keeper allows you into the Takahe enclosure which was a real bonus. Birds are will looked after is as... read more »
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