- Bucorvus abyssinicus
- Toucans, Hornbills & Barbets
The I'iwi or Iiwi is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands, where it is also the most common native bird. This Hawaiian finch is mostly red, with black wings and tail and a long curved bill that it uses to drink nectar.
The wild population of Iiwi was estimated to be about 350,000 birds in the early 1990s. Although there are large colonies of 'I'iwis on the islands of Hawai'i and Kaua'i, it is no longer found on the other islands due to habitat loss.
The Iiwi has a conservation status of Vulnerable to extinction as of June 2013. It faces threats including predation by non-native species, and habitat loss or degradation.
|Hatched||Added to Birdorable on: 03 August 2009|
|Scientific Name||Vestiaria coccinea|
(as of 28 November 2016)
|Range||North America United States (West)|