Apapane singing(Himatione sanguinea) The most common of the Hawaiian Honeycreepers.  Found in the native forest of all of the main Hawaiin Islands. Feeds on nectar and insects.
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Apapane singing(Himatione sanguinea) The most common of the Hawaiian Honeycreepers. Found in the native forest of all of the main Hawaiin Islands. Feeds on nectar and insects.

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Date: 13 Jan 2006
Location: Maui, Hawaii USA
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