FIRST PERSON: The ‘inseparable bond’ between Hawaiian culture and native plants

Climate change is also a factor in our forest ecosystems. One of the things that we will sadly not see in our lifetimes at this elevation are our native forest songbirds, which are now very rare. We call them the honeycreepers and they’re pretty much all evolved to feed on the nectar of our native plants. They’re only found at the highest elevations now because their native ecosystem lower down has been destroyed. 

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