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Print: ʻAmakihi on Mamane

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The ʻAmakihi (Hemignathus virens), probably the most abundant of our native Hawaiian honeycreepers, can sometimes be found in native forests below 3,000 feet, but they are more commonly seen at higher elevations. Classified as a honeycreeper, the endemic ʻAmakihi is more of an insectivore, depending less upon nectar than its cousins. Its fascinating behavior includes creeping on the undersides of branches in search of insects hiding in the bark. This male specimen feeding on mamane was observed at the 7,000 foot elevation on the slopes of Mauna Kea.

Photographer Bruce Omori

Product dimensions: 8 x 10 inches 

Black matting