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Notecard: ʻUaʻu

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ʻUaʻu, Hawaiian petrels, are Pacific seabirds that feed on small fish, squid and planktonic crustaceans. Human exploitation and predation by introduces species such as dogs, cats and mongoose wiped out almost the entire Hawaiʻi population in the 1930s. Diligent work by Haleakalā and Hawaiʻi Volcanoes national parks has helped restore the Hawaiian population. Pair this card with our ʻuaʻu plush!
  • By Marian Berger
  • Blank notecard with envelope
  • Dimensions: 4"x 5 1/2"
  • Ballpoint pens are recommended for writing inside this card
Sku: 2002188
$3.95
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