The pukeko's life habitat food mating Baby's colour eggs flying running hiding
My Habitat 1: Pukeko are widespread throughout New Zealand. 2: They live close to swamps,streams,ponds,estuaries And road side ditches. 3: They like to live near water because they like to get There feet wet. 4: they live were there is shelter and some space for them to Sleep under or in. 5: they live were there are grass so my feet can dry.
Eggs 1: the egg is about 50mm up and 35 mm this way 2: each of the eggs are buff coloured with brown blotches. 3:the female chooses the best place to put her eggs inside and 4-6 eggs in one nest. 4: the eggs hatch in 23-27 days
Food 1: they eat shoots roots seeds vegetables crops and clover in paddocks. 2: they also eat insects worms spiders small eels fish and frogs also duck eggs and very young birds 3: they eat bread and plants.
flying 1: they fly high and can cover great distances. 2: they run for 20-30 seconds before flying into they air. 3: they also flap their wings before flying too. 4: when they fly they screech very loudly 5: they land one soft grass and they start getting slower then they land.
Mating 1: the male must impress the female before getting married 2: to kiss they bill nibbling 3: when they are married ( mated ) the male gets the food and he puts it by the female's mouth and she tacks it and then feeds it to the baby's. 4: they jump on each others back when they mat.
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