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Scarlet honeycreeper

Scarlet honeycreeper

'I'iwi   .... (Scarlet Hawaiian Honeycreeper)

'I'iwi .... (Scarlet Hawaiian Honeycreeper)

ʻiʻiwi (Drepanis coccinea) or scarlet Hawaiian honeycreeper

ʻiʻiwi (Drepanis coccinea) or scarlet Hawaiian honeycreeper

Hawaiian I'iwi bird - red honeycreeper. Endemic and native to Hawaii.

Hawaiian I'iwi bird - red honeycreeper. Endemic and native to Hawaii.

'I'iwi

'I'iwi

https://www.facebook.com/WonderBirdSpecies/ ʻIʻiwi (Drepanis coccinea); Native to Hawaiian Islands; IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 3.1 : Vulnerable (VU)(Loài nguy cấp) || Chim 'I'iwi; Loài bản địa Hawaii; HỌ SẺ THÔNG - FRINGILLIDAE (True Finches).

https://www.facebook.com/WonderBirdSpecies/ ʻIʻiwi (Drepanis coccinea); Native to Hawaiian Islands; IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 3.1 : Vulnerable (VU)(Loài nguy cấp) || Chim 'I'iwi; Loài bản địa Hawaii; HỌ SẺ THÔNG - FRINGILLIDAE (True Finches).

Apapane  Pu'u Ohia, HI  2012

Apapane Pu'u Ohia, HI 2012

Chim ʻiʻiwi (hút mật) Hawaii - ʻIʻiwi (Vestiaria coccinea)(Fringillidae) IUCN Red List 3.1 : Vulnerable (VU)(Loài sắp nguy cấp)

Chim ʻiʻiwi (hút mật) Hawaii - ʻIʻiwi (Vestiaria coccinea)(Fringillidae) IUCN Red List 3.1 : Vulnerable (VU)(Loài sắp nguy cấp)

✿★ WARRIOR CAT ✝☯★☮

✿★ WARRIOR CAT ✝☯★☮

Male Hawaiian Akepa is rare and the smallest bird in Hawaii. The ʻakepa (Loxops sp.) are a group of one of the smallest Hawaiian forest birds, at four inches long and weighing 10 grams. Adult males sport one of the most brilliant orange colors found in any bird, a plumage which takes four years to develop. The 'Akepa are highly endangered.

Male Hawaiian Akepa is rare and the smallest bird in Hawaii. The ʻakepa (Loxops sp.) are a group of one of the smallest Hawaiian forest birds, at four inches long and weighing 10 grams. Adult males sport one of the most brilliant orange colors found in any bird, a plumage which takes four years to develop. The 'Akepa are highly endangered.

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