Horned Parakeet Eunymphicus cornutus (cornutus)

for Ouvea/Uvea Parakeet, see below
Horned Parakeet male
Horned Parakeet
Horned Parakeet
The Horned Parakeet is so named as it has two black feathers with red tips growing from the top of its head. It has a black face with red brow, red eyes, a green body, blue wing-tips and a blue-green tail. It lives in pine forests on New Caledonia in the South Pacific.
Horned Parakeet 
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Horned Parakeet
Horned Parakeet
Horned Parakeet
Horned Parakeet
Horned Parakeet
Horned Parakeet pair
Horned Parakeet
The colours on the male are a little brighter than on the female.

Uvea/Ouvea (Horned) Parakeet Eunymphicus uvaeensis/Eunymphicus cornutus uvaeensis

Uvea Horned Parakeet
Ouvea Horned Parakeet
Uvea Horned Parakeet
The Uvea or Ouvea Parakeet, also (and previously) called the Uvea/Ouvea Horned Parakeet, comes from the island of Ouvea in the Loyalty Islands near New Caledonia. Similar to the Horned Parakeet above, it was previously considered a subspecies but has been split out into its own separate species. Unlike the Horned Parakeet, its crest has black-green feathers with a less extensive red tip, the dark red brow is less extensive and the nape and ear feathers are light green rather than orangey-yellow.
Uvea Horned Parakeet
Ouvea Horned Parakeet
Ouvea Horned Parakeet
Uvea Horned Parakeet
Ouvea Horned Parakeet
Ouvea Horned Parakeet