Kakariki parrots are native to New Zealand. They
were jeopardized because of living space pulverization. The
Kakariki is scant on the terrain, so we discovered them on the close-by islands.
As the Kakariki is now becoming popular, and there are more than one subspecies and several colour mutations.
Regarding your Kakariki diet. Kakariki’s loves a wide variety of organic products, plant seeds especially flax, fruit, berries,buds, cucumber, shoots, and flowers, just as nectar, broccoli, snow peas, corn,celery, carrots, yams, apples, oranges, grapes, cantaloupe, cheese, popcorn,
cooked chicken bones, hard-boiled eggs, and cooked dried beans. Kakariki mainly
enjoys the seeds of kiwi fruit, pomegranates, strawberries, dried figs, and
peppers chilli jalapeno, green and red. Kakarikis are omnivorous and relish
worms in their diet.
Kakariki feeds on the floor of their cage and bath often in a glass pan of water there.
Always ensure your Kakariki’s diet is as varied as possible. Give them at least 60 per cent of their diet as pellets or complete food and the remainder made up of dry and sprouted seeds, green vegetables, fruits, seeding grasses, and other delicacies. Secrete the food inside foraging toys for your Kakariki to find or fill up their feeding dish.