The Kea is an anatomically correct model for practising bandaging techniques in order to reduce pain and stabilise fractures.
The Kea has humurus, radius, ulna, metacarpus and phalanx bones with primary, secondary and tertiary feathers attached.
Stretchy silicone connects the wing bones to the body to replicate the tendon’s instinctive drawback.
Positionable wings allow them to be rotated and fold against the body naturally.
The model is weighted accordingly to represent a juvenile male Kea.