History of endemic Hawaiian birds: forest birds : ʻAkialoa, Nukupuʻu & ʻAkiapōlāʻau. Population histories--species accounts, Part 1
Winston E. Banko, United States. National Park Service. Western Regional Office, Cooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit, Hawaii
Cooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1984 - Nature - 143 pages
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affinus Akiapola'au Alaka'i Swamp Appendix April Avian History Report Baldwin Banko l979 report birds of Kauai Bishop Museum Bryan censused collected 1 specimen CPSU/UH Avian History decurved bill Deppe DISTRIBUTION OF RECORDS Donaghho Elepaio ellisianus endemic feet elevation Gay's mountain house GEOGRAPHICAL DISTRIBUTION Haleakala hanapepe Hawai'i Akialoa Hawaii National Park Hawaii Volcanoes Hawaiian birds heard Hemignathus lucidus Hemignathus obscurus Hemignathus procerus Hemignathus wilsoni Henshaw Honolulu IBP Study Plot islandwide Kaholuamanu Plateau Kaua'i Keauhou Ranch Keawewai Kilauea Forest Reserve Kipahulu Valley Kipuka Koaie Kona Lana'i lanaiensis Makaweli Mauna Kea Mauna Loa miles Munro noted Nukupu'u O'ahu observed Ola'a Ornithologists Perkins collected Perkins field journal Perkins l903 place(s presumably extinct procerus Pulehua Puna District records of Hemignathus relative abundance Rothschild l893 seen short-tailed species Transect truck trail U. S. Fish Unpublished Sources Cited unspecified locality Waialua Wailuku River Wilson and Evans