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Kia‘i Moku: How climate change affects the rare ‘i‘iwi

July 8, 2012
By LISSA FOX STROHECKER , for The Maui News

On just about any given day you can find 'i'iwi, among the more charismatic species of Hawaiian honeycreepers, flitting around Hosmer's Grove, just past the entrance to Haleakala National Park. These energetic little bursts of red flit from tree to tree feeding on the nectar of ohia flowers and the occasional spider or insect.

 
 
 

 

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