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Campaign urges greater awareness of need to protect endangered duck

By Noelle Fujii / nfujii@staradvertiser.com

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jun 05, 2014

~~<p>State, federal and University of Hawaii wildlife experts are undertaking a yearlong campaign aimed at ensuring the survival of the Hawaiian duck, or koloa.</p>
<p>The chocolate brown koloa maoli is an endangered species largely due to its cross-breeding with the introduced common mallard duck.</p>
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State, federal and University of Hawaii wildlife experts are undertaking a yearlong campaign aimed at ensuring the survival of the Hawaiian duck, or koloa.

The chocolate brown koloa maoli is an endangered species largely due to its cross-breeding with the introduced common mallard duck. Login for more...



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