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The finch species has a decurved bill that is used to feed on nectar.

Wildlife of the week: ‘I’iwi

MASON MARON May 23, 2022

The ʻIʻiwi, also known as the scarlet Hawaiian honeycreeper, is a unique finch species found only in the Hawaiian islands. The finch species has a long, decurved bill specialized for feeding...

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