Nikki McIvor Kia Kaha A3
The kea (Nestor notabilis) is the world's only mountain parrot.
This native parrot is highly intelligent and is a nationally threatened species. Fewer than 5,000 kea remain in the wild, and only in the South Island of New Zealand. Known for its cheeky antics, the kea is sometimes seen as a pest and the Department of Conservation issues guidelines on how to live in a conflict-free manner with Kea.