The ‘Elepaio is a publication of the Hawaii Audubon Society (HAS) that contains peer-reviewed scientific articles, updates on local environmental issues, and HAS activities. Published since 1939 (typically every other month), the ‘Elepaio serves as a historical record of conservation research, activities, and news in Hawai‘i and throughout the Pacific.
September | October 2020 | Vol. 80, Number 5:
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