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Oahu Amakihi

Chlorodrepanis flava

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A small Hawaiian honeycreeper of forests on Oahu. Males are bright yellow and females are grayer with two whitish wingbars. The bill is thicker and more curved than that of Japanese White-eye. Occurs in native and non-native forests, parks, and some suburban areas near mountains. Moves quickly among leaves and small branches in the understory and forest canopy in search of nectar, insects, and fruit. Song is a trill that does not change in pitch or speed. Call is a nasal “chee.”

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Birds of North America

Comprehensive life histories of North American breeding birds