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Nene – May 3, 2013 Pacific Island Heritage Word of the Day

May 3, 2013
Nene and goslings

Nene and goslings

Ranger Dean discusses all things goose in this engaging segment about the state bird of Hawaii and a major conservation effort for both Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, and Haleakala National Park. Nene also means to murmur, whisper, or gossip in Hawaiian. Once legally hunted in the state, these animals are just returning from the brink of complete annihilation. Nene are a clear example of what wildlife management and ample habitat can do for an endangered species. They are truly a conservation success storey and a living legacy.

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