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Print: Iʻiwi on ʻŌlapa

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The ʻiʻiwi is a threatened Hawaiian songbird, part of a diverse endemic group of birds known as honeycreepers. Over millions of years these phenomenal creatures evolved with their isolated environment and adapted to their unique niches for survival. The ʻiʻiwi, with its long, curved bill is perfectly designed to feed on the nectar of native blossoms. It is usually only seen at higher elevations of the Hawaiian rainforest and is photographed here perched upon a native ʻōlapa tree. This tree is known for the graceful way its leaves flutter in the wind, much like the movement of a hula dancer in motion. Its small, black berries are also used to create a deep blue dye and the bark is used medicinally to help soothe various ailments. 

Photographer Ken Boyer

Product dimensions: 8 x 10 inches

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