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Notecard: ʻAlalā

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ʻAlalā, Hawaiian crows, are forest birds that once occupied a broad ecological niche in Hawaiʻi, one typically filled by several species -including other corvids, woodpeckers, parrots, and toucans - in other tropical forests. They mainly eat fruit and berries, along with some insects and the chicks and eggs of other birds. The ʻalalā is an endangered species being gradually reintroduced into the wild on Hawaiʻi Island.

Proceeds from the sale of this card provides a small donation to The Hawaiʻi Endangered Bird Conservation Program.
  • By Marian Berger
  • Blank notecard with envelope
  • Dimensions: 4"x 5 1/2"
  • Ballpoint pen recommended for writing inside this card
Sku: 2002041

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