Closeup view of Lyttelton Timeball Station. A seagull is perched in the foreground.
Terns at Birdlings Flat
A truck driving through rubbish bags and seagulls in flight at Bexley rubbish tip.
In 2016 this blackbird decided to raise her young in a nest built in a pot plant, at head height, right beside our front door. She and her babies would freeze whenever we went in or out, but were...
A lone little shag resting on the guard railing at Kaiapoi Lakes, with the subdivision in the background.
Exterior of the Scarborough Fair Restaurant and Café at 147 Esplanade in Sumner next to Scarborough beach. A row of seagulls are sat along the top of the building.
A cat named Snowy and a magpie bird sat in the cab of a van behind the Supreme Court on Durham Street.
Judge Mr Eric Tippins holding a barred Plymouth Rock cockerel at the annual Poultry and Pigeon Show at Selwyn Street Hall.
Close-up of a black swan at Willowbank Wildlife Reserve. Taken during an International Volunteer Day trip as part of the IHC Volunteer Friendship programme in Christchurch.
Close-up of a peacock at Willowbank Wildlife Reserve. Taken during an International Volunteer Day trip as part of the IHC Volunteer Friendship programme in Christchurch.
Edge of Cave Rock on Sumner Beach with seagulls in the foreground. The South Pacific Ocean is visible in the background.
Seagulls sitting along posts at an entrance to Sumner Beach from the Esplanade. Part of a Norfolk Island Pine Tree is visible in the top left hand side.
A woman and two children playing on a beach with a group of seagulls.
Sumner Beach from the Esplanade. Seagulls sitting on a lamppost are visible in the foreground next to a Norfolk Island Pine Tree. The edge of Cave Rock is visible in the background.
A child chasing seagulls on Sumner Beach. Several other people are visible on the beach in the background.
View from New Brighton beach of the wooden pier prior to demolition. The photograph was taken by the contributor's father, Norman Dawes, who worked for Christchurch City Council as a loader driver.
A hawk stood amongst grass at Willowbank wildlife reserve in Northwood.
Views of Mr L. Piper of Greenpark in Lincoln, packing Canada geese ahead of transporting them to the North Island as part of a game bird breeding programme.
Views of a Thrush which has been adopted by the Short family of Menzies Street in Sumner after they found him injured in a neighbours garden. Frames two and three are of Johnathan Short with the bird...
Views of pheasants on the farm of W.A. Davis at Yaldhurst.