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The kolea (Pacific golden plover) spends the summer in Alaska, and in winter its plumage turns to gold and brown and it makes its way to Hawaii. This text explores how the bird journeys thousands of miles, and discribes its habitat, food, nesting and breeding.
University of Hawai'i Press
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