Hawaii’s state bird, the endangered goose known as the Nene, has recovered from a population of a mere 30 birds in 1952 to over 2,000 today. The problem is that they seem to find the area around Lihue Airport irresistible so they have to be moved. Clearly there aren’t too many Nene but more habitat is needed.
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the link on this page does not work…
@reader: The original link was apparently taken down by the news source so I have swapped in a link to a similar story. Thanks for the heads up!