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Nene geese nest on Oahu for first time since 1700s

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The bird is an endangered species found only in the Hawaiian Islands. There are more than 2,000 remaining in the wild.
Endangered Hawaiian geese have been spotted in the wild on Oahu for the first time in centuries, a federal agency said Monday.

A pair of nene nested and successfully hatched three goslings at a national wildlife refuge near Kahuku on the North Shore, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said.


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