The kererū is a large bird with iridescent green and bronze feathers on its head and distinctive noisy wingbeats. Since the extinction of the moa, the kererū and parea are now the only bird species capable of swallowing large fruit, such as those of karaka, miro, tawa, and taraire, making them important seed dispersers for native trees.
Designed to be reusable, each hanging calendar comes with a 270gsm black backing card, a 200gsm art print of your choosing, and a set of 6 kraft card inserts with the months of the upcoming calendar year printed on either side. The art print is affixed to the backing card with two removable adhesive dots, allowing adjustment or replacement of the art print. The card inserts slide into the pocket of the backing card with the current month hanging over the front.
Refills for card inserts are available here in English and te reo Māori.