It's a wood pigeon. He was hanging out in a cabbage tree in our front yard. I walked within 8 meters/ 25 feet of him and took a picture of him; he looked at me. I walked within 5 meters/ 15 feet of him; he ate a few more berries. I walked right up under the cabbage tree; he turned his rear end toward me. I extended my hand and took a picture.
Fortunately he missed, but I was again surprised by how placid and nonchalant most New Zealand birds seem to be. This is what millions of years of evolution without humans, much less any other land mammals, will produce.
Remember how New Zealand has no native land mammals? Land mammals play an important role in forest regeneration where they are present. They are large enough and have a strong enough sweet tooth that they can consume large tree fruits--including seeds. The mammals disperse through a forest or field and defecate out the tree seeds. It's a very effective method of forest growth and regeneration.