Take a look around a Fantail 1 Unit
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Did you know? The Fantail, or Piwakawaka, is well known for its friendly chirping and playful flying antics. Fantails use their broad tails to change direction quickly while hunting for insects. They sometimes hop around upside-down amongst tree ferns and foliage to pick insects from the underside of leaves. Fantails mate for life and both parents share the raising of their young.