One of the few Alpine parrots, the intelligent and inquisitive Kea comes from New Zealand's South Island.
The normal camouflage colour of khaki/green covers a rainbow of hidden plumage colours and patterns including turquoise blue, red and yellow-striped feathers.
The camouflage khaki/green
Juvenile birds (above) have a yellow eye-ring, cere (nostrils) and lower beak.
The turquoise wing feathers
Yellow striped wing feathers suggesting hawk ancestry (also, unusually for parrots, Kea eat carrion and even live bird/mammal prey as well as fruit/vegetation).