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Old Sunday 15th October 2017, 12:42   #1
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Is the BirdingHawaii website no longer active?

I keep coming across references to a UK site for Hawaii birding: http://www.birdinghawaii.co.uk/

However, so far, I have always arrived at a page that has nothing to do with the topic. Has this original birdinghawaii address been discontinued? Or has the address been changed?
Thanks for any help.
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Old Sunday 15th October 2017, 13:09   #2
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Certainly a strange result Robert.

Try the link in this Opus article. It goes to the Hawaii Audubon Society web site.

Hope this helps you.
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Certainly a strange result Robert.

Try the link in this Opus article. It goes to the Hawaii Audubon Society web site.

Hope this helps you.
Thanks Delia! Definitely another piece in the puzzle I'm trying to assemble before we depart on our trip.
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You're welcome Robert. I think I need to get that link onto all the Hawaii articles, now LOL
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This may be of interest to you.

Last month I came across an article/video about a new 90 mile birding trail in Hawaii. I got all excited cuz there's little I like better than hiking accompanied by birding. Anyway, the trail wasn't much on the hiking side as it was on birding.

Thought I bookmarked it but I didn't so after a google archives search I found it.

Here's the whole google archieve search, there's a couple articles devoted to that specific trail.
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This may be of interest to you.

Last month I came across an article/video about a new 90 mile birding trail in Hawaii. I got all excited cuz there's little I like better than hiking accompanied by birding. Anyway, the trail wasn't much on the hiking side as it was on birding.

Thought I bookmarked it but I didn't so after a google archives search I found it.

Here's the whole google archieve search, there's a couple articles devoted to that specific trail.
Great, thanks. Need to study it a bit later on. Seems to be in the same area I found in Pratt's book.
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