Terms of Use - The displayed portlet may be used as a link from your website to ARKive's online content for private, scientific, conservation or educational purposes only. MyARKive offers the scrapbook feature to signed-up members, allowing you to organize your favourite ARKive images and videos and share them with friends. Well, from my point of view if these girls participate in any beauty contest obviously these  can easily win any beauty contest but on the other hand these military girls seem absolutely ready to protect their respective countries.
Note: We will add more pictures from remaining countries as well we find time to time in future. This is Winnie, a stray bun found running loose in a neighborhood and hiding under a camper.
Ramona is a sweet girl with lots of spunk--she loves dashing around when she's out to play, and she enjoys getting pats. AirNew Zealand’s heritage can be traced back to April 1940 when its forerunner airline, Tasman Empire Airways Limited (TEAL) was incorporated. The first six female flight attendants wore long black double-breasted jackets, ties, knee length skirts, and a military-styled hat. In 1947, the government established National Airways Corporation (NAC) to operate domestic air services to complement TEAL’s international service.  The two would later form the basis for today's Air NewZealand. In 1951 TEAL commenced a flying boat service from Auckland via Fiji and the Cook Islands to Tahiti, known as the "Coral Route”. Retaining the military look, a single-breasted jacket and optional tie was introduced to the second uniform. The uniform of the late 1950s was heavily influenced by the post-war era with female cabin crew wearing what resembled a ‘nurses’ outfit – clean, white and clinical. In April 1965, TEAL was renamed Air New Zealand and continued operating solely international services. To mark this growth, Air New Zealand introduced the first designer uniform, created by international fashion house Christian Dior. Tailored, elegant and timeless, the teal-coloured suit was worn with a white blouse, leather gloves and a signature hat, and delivered a new level of sophistication and style.
Vibrant, fun, bold and colourful, the uniform of the 1970s reflected the age of liberalisation. AirNew Zealand staff wore short A-line dresses in a range of pastel colours including lilac, orange, pink and aqua. Vinka Lucas created a stylish, uniquely different uniform collection featuring a double-breasted jacket with 12 buttons worn over a dress and a bright yellow blouse.
Following the 1978 merger of Air NewZealandand NAC, a new, distinctly ‘eighties’ uniform was introduced. Up until this era, the male uniform remained relatively unchanged, their uniforms resembled what pilots wore - black suits, white shirt and tie, and a peaked round ‘captain’s hat’. Created by New Zealand designer, Isabel Harris of Thornton Hall, the mid 1980s uniform featured Air New Zealand logo print blouses with classically tailored suiting - a look reminiscent of the ‘power dressing’ 80s era.

This uniform, created by New Zealand designer Barbara Lee, was first introduced in 1992 and refreshed in 1996 with the introduction of Air New Zealand’s Pacific Wave livery and a slight length lift of the skirt.
The new outfits were designed by New Zealand fashion designer Trelise Cooper and were introduced to coincide with the  introduction of a new fleet of 777-300 aircraft in 2011.
Frequency - Air NZ moved from two flights per week from London to LA to daily flights - 384 flights were made in total between 1982-1986 but a much larger figure of 5,096 flights were made between 1998 and 2012.
Innovation - Celebrated as the 'Ritz of the skies' in the 80s, Air NZ continue to offer customers something special with our futuristic seat designs including the Skycouch (the world’s only lie-flat Economy option) and Spaceseat as well as the state-of-the-art onboard entertainment system.
30 years of Fine Dining - Air NZ served 770,400 servings of NZ lamb and 288,750 pounds of NZ cheese since 1982. Passengers - Air NZ is no stranger to famous faces - over the past 30 years the airline has carried more than four and half million passengers on the route including thousands of actors, sporting personalities and rock stars; a dozen princesses and princes and one British Monarch. Geographical variation: New Zealand brown quail are of the subspecies Coturnix ypsilophora australis from mainland Australia. The brown quail was introduced to Auckland, Wellington, Otago and Southland during 1866-80, but is currently restricted to the northern North Island and its offshore islands. Similar species: California quail are large, plainer grey-brown dorsally, and have an erect plume crest.
Although released throughout New Zealand, the range of brown quail retracted gradually northwards.
Brown quail are cryptically coloured to blend with their preferred habitat of scrub and rough grassland. The largest populations of brown quail are in the Far North and on introduced-predator free islands of the Hauraki Gulf and the Bay of Plenty.
Brown quail give a range of shrill, piercing calls that carry through thick undergrowth and are used to bring covey members together. Brown quail glean from low foliage and forage in leaf litter for seeds, leaves, flowers and invertebrates. A small grey-brown quail with intricately patterned plumage, a short black bill, red to yellow eyes and orange or yellow legs. 1965 also heralded the beginning of the jet era for Air NewZealand, with the arrival of the first DC-8 jet aircraft. These ‘lollipop’ or ‘jellybean’ uniforms as they were known were vibrant in bright lime green, pink and blue, and were worn with a distinctive helmet-shaped hat, knee high white boots or black loafers. Bright, bold and loud, the uniform featured a distinctive wave print, reflective of the airline’s South Pacific heritage. The shocking pink dress with floral print design is described as "contemporary" and having a "greater expression of femininity" according to the airline's spokesman, Chris Myers. Queen Elizabeth II took her first commercial flight on NZ1 accompanied by 28 members of the Royal Household and 384 fare-paying passengers. Along with failed releases of other quail species from Australia at the same time, it is possible that these releases contributed to the extinction of the endemic New Zealand quail through the introduction of new diseases.

The sexes are similar, but the female is slightly larger, and there are subtle differences in their plumage. In both Australia and New Zealand, brown quail are frequently seen around wetland margins and on road verges. Eggs are laid between July and January in a simple scrape in the ground or flattened grass, Nests are well hidden under dense vegetation, and both they and the  incubating female are very difficult to detect.
Outside the breeding season, the family group breaks up and most quail are observed as pairs. The sexes are similar with females slightly larger and males having a more pronounced russet or cream throat patch, and bolder white longitudinal streaks on its upper-wing feathers. She's a "full-sized" girl with a giant dewlap that she snuggles her chin into during sleepy time.
So, to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Air New Zealand's London - LA flight route we have some pictures of the airline's changing style through the decades since it first took to the skies. Tiritiri Matangi Island and Shakespear and Tawharanui Regional Parks are the most accessible places in New Zealand where brown quail are reliably found.
The male has a more pronounced russet or cream throat patch, and bolder white longitudinal streaks on its upper-wing feathers. There are no records of quail being introduced to offshore islands, which indicates they are capable of flying considerable distances.
Ancient DNA resolves identity and phylogeny of New Zealand’s extinct and living quail (Coturnix sp.). Flight of the huia: ecology and conservation of New Zealand’s frogs, reptiles, birds and mammals. At her age, she's not a hyper-youngster although she does enjoy casually exploring her surroundings and being petted.
The red-brown and dark brown chevron pattern on the flanks of the female are more prominent compared to the lighter colour of the male, and the chest feathers of the female are red-brown compared to grey-brown on the male.
Brown quail became common on Tiritiri Matangi Island and in Tawharanui and Shakespear Regional Parks following eradication of introduced predators. In Australia, brown quail are nomadic, moving between suitable habitat for foraging and breeding. Winnie is a good choice for someone who wants to spend lots of time just relaxing with a bun.

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