North Island kaka are one of the forests loudest characters. Sadly there are only a few thousand left in the wild. Great work is being done across the country with pest free sanctuaries rebuilding healthy populations with a combination of supplimentary feed and artificial nest boxes.
However it is always good to see completely wild birds in there natural habitat. Foris tours to the Whirinaki forest will most likely show up a few kaka swooping through the spectacular trees of arguably New Zealand's finest forest!