Study looks at ‘i‘iwi migration, decline
ALAKAI SWAMP — A little blip of red flits through the ohia trees, chasing nectar all over Kauai’s Alakai plateau. It’s an ‘i‘iwi, Hawaii’s iconic honeycreeper, and it’s slowly disappearing from the forests of the archipelago, mainly due to a
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