Green And Black Poison Dart Frog

This frog is native to the lowland forests of Columbia, Costa Rica, Panama, and Nicaragua. They have been introduced to areas of Hawaii such as Manoa Valley.
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Koloa Maoli (Hawaiian Duck)

Koloa maoli are very secretive and difficult to observe except in protected areas such as Hanalei National Wildlife Refuge on Kauai. These ducks do not normally associate with wintering or domestic mallards, but some interbreeding has occurred. Koloa maoli quack like a mallard, although they are not as vocal.
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Manu-o-ku (White Fairy Tern)

This bird is found primarily on islands, and has a wide ranger across the equatorial band of every ocean on Earth, save for the Arctic Ocean, which does not cross the equator.
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Hawaiian Hawk (‘Io)

’Io prefer to hunt from tall perches that they use to survey their prey; however, they are known to dive at targets from mid-flight if the opportunity presents itself. are territorial and come together only to breed.
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Hawaiian Short Eared-Owl (Pueo)

Pueo can be found throughout the 8 main Hawaiian Islands at elevations from sea level to 8,000 feet in a wide variety of habitats. However, they favor grassland shrubland, and even urbanized park areas.
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Kolea (Pacific Golden Plover)

In the winter months, Kolea can be found in Hawaii, California, and across southern Asia and Australasia. During the breeding season, they inhabit the arctic tundra from northern Asia to west Alaska.
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Black-Crowned Night Heron

Night herons are distributed almost worldwide including North America, South America, South Europe, Africa, South Asia, Falkland Islands, and Hawai’i. The Black-crowned night heron is a rare visitor to Micronesia.
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Hawaiian Goose (Nēnē)

Recently discovered fossil deposits strongly suggest that the ancient distribution of Nene included Kauai, Molokai, Maui, and the Big Island.
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Red-Billed Leiothrix

Red-billed Leiothrix are native to Southern Asia and are now found on the Hawaiian Islands. These birds were first introduced to Kauai in 1918.
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