Kea Nestor notabilis

Kea
New Zealand Kea
One of the few Alpine parrots, the intelligent and inquisitive Kea comes from New Zealand's South Island.
Kea turquoise wings
Kea underwing colours
The normal camouflage colour of khaki/green covers a rainbow of hidden plumage colours and patterns including turquoise blue, red and yellow-striped feathers.
Kea camouflage
Kea
Kea
The camouflage khaki/green
Kea blue wings
Kea juvenile
Juvenile birds (above) have a yellow eye-ring, cere (nostrils) and lower beak.
Kea blue wings
The turquoise wing feathers
Kea red back
Kea red back
Kea red underwing
A red back and underwing
Kea yellow hawk stripes
Kea yellow hawk stripes
Kea yellow hawk stripes
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).