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WHAT'S A KAKARIKI? Kakariki's are small parakeets native to New Zealand but they also fair very well in this country. They are wonderful birds to keep, not fussy when it comes to eating. There are several varieties of Kakariki and they are all beautiful. Mine are emerald green with a ... Read review

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My Kakariki

AdvantagesBeautiful and Friendly

DisadvantagesCan Be Very Loud

"WHAT'S A KAKARIKI? Kakariki's are small parakeets native to New Zealand but they also fair very well in this country. They are wonderful birds to keep, not fussy when it comes to eating. There are several varieties of Kakariki and they are all beautiful. Mine are emerald green with a red flash on the cheeks and head, these are the Red Crowned variety. There are also the Yellow Crowned, this is the same as the Red Crowned with exception that it ..." Read review
21.10.2004

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