This tiny jumper takes its name from a fan-shaped tail that allows him to perform various antics in the air. It’s one of the most common indigenous birds in New Zealand.
Did you know that…
Rhipidura fuliginosa hunts insects and is bold enough to approach humans to a distance of just a few meters. Its Maori name is Piwakawaka, which you can also use to describe his call. You can also hear a tiny rubber duck with a cold in it. But otherwise it’s a beautiful animal.
What’s the best place for the fantail silhouette?
The fantail is a picture to look at. With its lush tail, it is a special bird. Put it against a fence or in a tree. Or how about a large piece of wood on the garden table to attach your fantail to? All you need is a hammer. If you want to place it high, then a ladder is also convenient.
What is the bird of fantail made of?
This fantail silhouette is made of weathering steel, which gets a nice rusty layer from the atmosphere. The fantail is already a beauty, but rain, wind and snow make it even nicer.
The fantail silhouette is 20cm high and 21cm wide. This includes the branch it is sitting on.
What are the shipment costs?
The standard shipment costs are € 3.95 per package in the Netherlands. The tariffs for shipment to Belgium, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Denmark, Sweden and Norway are in accordance with PostNL tariffs.
What is the delivery time?
Delivery time in the Netherlands is two to three business days. Shipment outside the Netherlands can get up to 5 working days.