Hana The Hihi
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Hihi, like many native New Zealand birds, did not cope well with the arrival of humans and the habitat changes and animal pests they brought with them. Their habit of nesting in tree cavities makes them especially vulnerable to rats, stoats and cats. Diseases carried by introduced exotic species might also have contributed to their rapid decline. By 1885 they were extinct on the mainland, surviving only on Little Barrier Island.
Hana stands at 9 cm wide by 5 cm high, and is made with VOC free tints and sustainably sourced maple wood.