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Oahu Elepaio was federally listed as Endangered in 2000. As with other native Hawaiian birds, the spread of avian malaria and pox by mosquitoes, and clearing of habitat have had negative impacts on Elepaio populations. Population size: 237,000 Photo by Chandler Robbins.

Oahu Elepaio was federally listed as Endangered in 2000. As with other native Hawaiian birds, the spread of avian malaria and pox by mosquitoes, and clearing of habitat have had negative impacts on Elepaio populations. Population size: 237,000 Photo by Chandler Robbins.

The endangered 'i'iwi is one of the Hawaiian honeycreeper species. They evolved in the forests of Hawai'i and are found nowhere else in the world. This bird was banded and released back to the forest. Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge, HI March 2012 Photo: Noah Kahn/USFWS

The endangered 'kiwi is one of the Hawaiian honeycreeper species. They evolved in the forests of Hawai'i and are found nowhere else in the world. This bird was banded and released back to the forest. Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge, HI March 2012

via: mauiforestbirds.org  via: mauiforestbirds.org via: mauiforestbirds.org Habitat: Maui, Hawaii Status: Critically Endangered This gorgeous bird is only found on the..

Meet the Ākohekohe (Palmeria dolei) This gorgeous bird is only found on the island of Maui in Hawaii. It is critically endangered. There are only around individuals left in two separate populations on the island.

'Aniaiau - smallest native Hawaiian bird still in existence

'Aniaiau - smallest native Hawaiian bird still in existence

Akiapolaau ...| National Audubon Society Birds.  A member of the Hawaiian honeycreeper family (Drepanididae) that has evolved to fill the niche occupied by woodpeckers in many other parts of the world. Endangered and found only on the island of Hawaii.

Akiapolaau (Hemignathus wilsoni) pronounced ah-kee-ah-POH-LAH-OW, is a species of Hawaiian honeycreeper, that is endemic to the island of Hawaii.

HAWAIIAN NENE -- Hawaiian Geese at Martin Mere WWT by Steve Liptrot.  The Hawaiian Goose or Nēnē, Branta sandvicensis, is a species of goose endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. The official bird of the State of Hawaiʻi, the Nēnē is exclusively found in the wild on the islands of Maui, Kauaʻi and Hawaiʻi. The Nēnē gets its Hawaiian name from its soft call.    Nikon D80 Sigma 70-300 APO DG lens    Featured in the Country Bumpkin group APR 2009.

The Hawaiian Goose or Nēnē, Branta sandvicensis, is a species of goose endemic to the Hawaiian Islands.

Kioea, Chaetoptila angustipluma, Aves Hawaiienses : the birds of the Sandwich Islands (1890), 4 known specimens, extinct ~1859

Kioea, Chaetoptila angustipluma, Aves Hawaiienses : the birds of the Sandwich Islands 4 known specimens, extinct

Hawaiian Coot, also known as the American Coot, occurs locally on all main islands. Coots are found in fresh- and brackish-water marshes and ponds preferring open habitat.

Hawaiian Coot, also known as the American Coot, occurs locally on all main islands. Coots are found in fresh- and brackish-water marshes and ponds preferring open habitat.

Iolani Palace in Oahu from 1889. Iolani Palace is the only royal palace in the United States that was used as an official residence by a reigning monarch and is a National Historic Landmark listed on the National Register of Historic Places. #5StarFlashback

Iolani Palace in Oahu from Iolani Palace is the only royal palace in the United States that was used as an official residence by a reigning monarch and is a National Historic Landmark listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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