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The (Drepanis coccinea, pronounced {{#invoke:IPAc-en|main}}, ee-EE-vee), or scarlet Hawaiian honeycreeper is a "hummingbird-niched" species of Hawaiian honeycreeper. It is one of the most plentiful species of this family, many of which are endangered or extinct. The is a highly recognizable symbol of Hawai. The is the third most common native land bird in the Hawaiian Islands. Large colonies of inhabit the islands of [[Hawaii (island)|Hawai]], Maui, and [[Kauai|Kaua]], with smaller colonies on [[Molokai|Moloka]] and [[Oahu|O]] but are no longer present on [[Lanai|Lāna]]. Altogether, the remaining populations total 350,000 individuals, but are decreasing.


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The (Drepanis coccinea, pronounced {{#invoke:IPAc-en|main}}, ee-EE-vee), or scarlet Hawaiian honeycreeper is a "hummingbird-niched" species of Hawaiian honeycreeper. It is one of the most plentiful species of this family, many of which are endangered or extinct. The is a highly recognizable symbol of Hawai. The is the third most common native land bird in the Hawaiian Islands. Large colonies of inhabit the islands of [[Hawaii (island)|Hawai]], Maui, and [[Kauai|Kaua]], with smaller colonies on [[Molokai|Moloka]] and [[Oahu|O]] but are no longer present on [[Lanai|Lāna]]. Altogether, the remaining populations total 350,000 individuals, but are decreasing.


ʻIʻiwi sections
Intro   Description and uses   Ecology   Breeding    Etymology    Threats and conservation   See also   References   External links  

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: Description and uses
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