Kea

Kea have been called “The Clown of New Zealand’s Southern Alps” and are important for New Zealand’s tourism industry, attracting crowds when they convene on automobiles.

Kea are important for New Zealand’s tourism industry.

These birds have been called The Clown of New Zealand’s Southern Alps by the New Zealand Department of Conservation, attracting crowds when they convene on automobiles.


Image | ©️ Bernard Spragg. NZ, Public Domain, (CC0 1.0)
Sources | (Diamond & Bond, 1999; Williams, 2001)

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