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Myadestes obscurus J. F. Gmelin, 1789

American Species RecordAmerican Birds (Hawaii) — The last glory of the peculiar owl (Myadestes obscurus J. F. Gmelin, 1789). The peculiar Passeriformes on the island of Hawaii include four families, the extinct Hawaiian Rotary Finch family, the Hawaiian Reed Warbler of Reed Warbler family, and the King’s Harrier family, in addition to the various honeysuckles previously introduced. The genus Oysters and Oysters (Oysters are not unique to Hawaii and are also represented on the American continent); once, there was a unique species of Oysters on every major island of Hawaii, but today three species (Oysters, Lanai Oysters and Kao Oysters) are extinct, and the remaining two species of Oysters are extremely endangered. The remaining dark orphans on Hawaii’s Big Island are still thriving, with an estimated population of more than 100,000. However, due to extremely limited distribution and the threat of habitat disruption and potential diseases, they are still listed on the IUCN List as vulnerable and endangered only one step away; they are the only two native fruit-eating birds remaining on the Hawaiian Islands. Their life and death play a vital role in the survival and prosperity of native plants in Hawaiian forests, because many plant seeds are transmitted through their feces ~as the name suggests, the dark solitary owl is grayish-brown all over, and is extremely difficult to find in the mottled shadows of dense forests, thanks to their song. Very characteristic, and bright, a little patient Birrder to find them is not very difficult; the good news is that they have a certain resistance to bird malaria, so low altitude areas can often see their figure, is a rare public unique passeriforme (relatively speaking)! _____________ Pictured in Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge, HInaturalbirdwatching# Biodiversity#@ [email protected] Hewish

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