Originally from West Africa, a number of guinea fowls were released by the Canterbury Acclimatisation Society in the 1860s. Although some wild flocks have developed, most are domesticated. Their meat is considered to have more flavour than chicken.
Te whakamahi i tēnei tūemi
Rare Breeds Conservation Society of New Zealand
Photograph by Cilla Taylor
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