The kākā is a large parrot belonging to the nestorinae family, a group that includes the kea and the extinct Norfolk Island kākā.
The birds are mainly diurnal but are active at night during fine weather or a full moon.
Flocks of boisterous kākā gather in the early morning and late evening to socialise - their amusing antics and raucous voice led Māori to refer to them as chattering and gossiping.
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