Kea

Kea are highly social birds that live in family groups of 30-40 and exhibit a variety of social behaviors, such as intricate play.

Kea are highly intelligent, social birds. They live in family groups and aggregations of 30 to 40 birds and often forage at prime feeding grounds, such as garbage dumps, ski fields, and cabins.

Kea exhibit a variety of social behaviors, including intricate play.


Image | © M_Carted, Some Rights Reserved, Pixabay
Sources | (BirdLife International, 2017; Diamond & Bond, 1999; Gajdon, Fijn, & Huber, 2004; Huber & Taborsky, 2001; Tebbich, Taborsky, & Winkler, 1996; Williams, 2001)

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