I may be small
Yet full of my self
I fly like the wind
The silvereye – also known as the wax-eye, or sometimes white-eye – is a small and friendly olive green forest bird with white rings around its eyes.
Silvereye (Zosterops lateralis) were self introduced in the 1800s and now have a wide distribution throughout New Zealand. They have made the forest their home and are now among the most common bird in suburbia too. ~ Bernard