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Cinnamon Pied Kakariki

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Feeding & Care

Do not feed birds fruit seeds, avocados, chocolate, onions, apple seeds, uncooked beans, uncooked rice, alcohol or caffeine as these can cause serious medical problems, and kill them

A Kakariki's diet should consist of 70% pellets, and 30% fresh fruit & veggies.

They do need daily social interaction so they can bond with your "flock" both direct face to face, and indirect just being around the family.

They love to chew which is why they need a variety of toys to keep them mentally stimulated, and from getting bored which can lead to self mutilation. They also need quite a few foraging toys.

They need a variety of different sized perches to help exercise, and stretch their feet.

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Cinnamon Pied Kakrikis have the pastel coloring like the Cinnamon mutation some Kakarikis have, but they also have a mutation that puts yellow into their coloring. Which sometimes can be very suttle, and other times very drastic.


Cinnamon Pied Kakarikis have the same coloring of a Cinnamon Kakariki with its more pastel coloring, but they also have a genetic mutation that gives them yellow markings, and coloring. Their main body color is a paler olive green with a red forehead, crown, and patch behind each eye as is a patch on each side of their rear. The yellow coloring can vary from bird to bird with some just having yellow spots on their head to more drastic coloring such as the normally blue markings on their wings being yellow, and many other varitions of yellow coloring. Their beaks are a bone color, and they are an average of 10" in length.

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Kakrikis are very active, acrobatic, and curious birds. That are not only known for getting into everything they can, but running across the top of their cage while hanging upside down is also a common activity. Kakarikis are not the bird you want if you want to sit, and cuddle. They prefer to be active, on on the move doing things. This does make them easier to train for doing tricks.

Kakarikis live 25 years, and some are living even longer due to the fact of better diet, and information on having one. Thought, and consideration should go into the purchasing of a Kakarikis because these are lifetime companions that need interaction.