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The Blue Kakariki

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by Frédéric Frange

The Blue Kakariki has created much interest for hobbyists and in this article, Frédéric Frange tells us of his delight when visiting an experienced Kakariki breeder.

Since getting my first Red-fronted Kakariki about 20 years ago, love of this beautiful bird always remained present in me, and grows as I spend more time with him.  This turbulent clown caused me to spend hours in the garden in front of my aviaries.

My breeder friends spent long moments listening to me praising the virtues of this exceptional bird, as I raised all the existing mutations I could think of, and presented my poultry colleagues with an elusive phenomenon, the appearance of the blue mutation Kakariki.

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