Red-crowned Kakariki/Parakeet Cyanoramphus novaezelandiae

Red-crowned Kakariki
Red-crowned Kakariki
The Red-crowned Parakeet, sometimes called the Red-fronted Parakeet or by its Maori name Kakariki, comes from New Zealand. It used to be abundant but is now extinct on the mainland (North & South Islands) and confined to offshore islands, including Stewart Island in the south. The decline is mainly due to introduced predators.
(There is also another species of "Red-crowned Parakeet," Pyrrhura roseifrons, from South America.)
Red-crowned Kakariki
Red-crowned Kakariki
In the wild above; captive below
Red-crowned Parakeet
Red-crowned Kakariki
Yellow Red-crowned Kakariki
Yellow Red-crowned Kakariki
Yellow Red-crowned Kakariki
Yellow and pied (yellow/green) mutations of the Red-crowned Kakariki are bred in captivity.
 

Yellow-crowned Kakariki/Parakeet Cyanoramphus auriceps

Yellow-crowned Kakariki
Yellow-crowned Kakariki
The Yellow-crowned Parakeet or Kakariki population has also declined but it is still present on New Zealand's main two islands as well as some offshore islands.
Yellow-crowned Kakariki
Yellow-crowned Kakariki
Yellow-crowned Kakariki pair male and female Male and female have similar plumage.
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