Hawaii Island forest wildlife heavily impacted by volcano

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Hawaii Island forestry managers say one-third to one-half of a Hawaii Island forest has been impacted by the erupting Kilauea volcano.
The 2-square-mile Malama Ki Forest Reserve, located east of the volcano, is home to a young ohia-dominated forest and sub-populations of forest birds such as the Hawaiian honeycreepers, the Hawaii amakihi and apapane, KITV-TV reported Sunday.

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