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Notecard Set: Native Forest Birds of Haleakalā National Park

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Millions of years ago, the first ancestors of Hawaiiʻs forest birds found themselves on the most remote archipelago in the world. Blown by the storm winds or stranded in exhaustion, these arrivals found a way to survive in a new environment. Their descendants, acted upon by the forces of time and isolation, evolved to become the species we know today, found only in Hawaiʻi and intertwined with the ecology of Hawaiian forests.

  • Artwork by Allie Giambalvo
  • blank assorted notecards with brown envelopes
  • Product dimensions: 4.25 x 5.5 inches 
  • Made in the USA by American Life Brands

 

Sku: 2004578
$16.00
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