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 and 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
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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