An orange-red iiwi, or honeycreeper, (species: vestiaria coccinea) native to Hawaii, drinks nectar from a blossom of a pink flowering tree.
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An orange-red iiwi, or honeycreeper, (species: vestiaria coccinea) native to Hawaii, drinks nectar from a blossom of a pink flowering tree.

Filename: DBO316PhotoResourceHawaii.jpg
Size: 3349x5100 / 22.6MB
Date: 1 Sep 2010
Location: Island of Kauai, Hawaii, USA
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