akiapolaau (Hemignathus wilsoni)

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Listing Status:   

Where Listed: WHEREVER FOUND

General Information

The ‘akiapola‘au (akiapolaau) is a member of the Hawaiian honeycreeper family (Drepanididae) that has evolved to fill the niche occupied by woodpeckers in many other parts of the world. The honeycreeper is a bright yellow bird with black lores that is immediately recognized by its sharply curving upper mandible. It creeps along trunks and branches searching for grubs and various arthropods within the bark, and its song is a loud, rapid-fire warble.

  • States/US Territories in which the akiapolaau, Wherever found is known to or is believed to occur:  Hawaii
  • US Counties in which the akiapolaau, Wherever found is known to or is believed to occur:  View All
  • USFWS Refuges in which the akiapolaau, Wherever found is known to occur:  Hakalau Forest National Wildlife Refuge
  • Additional species information
 
Current Listing Status Summary
Status Date Listed Lead Region Where Listed
1967-03-11 Pacific Region (Region 1) Wherever found

» Federal Register Documents

Federal Register Documents
Date Citation Page Title
1967-03-11 00:00:00.0 32 FR 4001 Endangered Species List - 1967
2013-02-05 00:00:00.0 78 FR 8185 8187 Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Initiation of 5-Year Status Reviews of 44 Species in Oregon, Hawaii, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands
2006-09-28 00:00:00.0 71 FR 57004 Revised Recovery Plan for Hawaiian Forest Birds
2003-10-16 00:00:00.0 68 FR 59635 59636 Draft Revised Recovery Plan for Hawaiian Forest Birds
2016-02-17 00:00:00.0 81 FR 8004 Endangered and Threatened Wildlife; Technical Corrections for Eight Wildlife Species on the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife
2008-04-29 00:00:00.0 73 FR 23264 23266 Initiation of 5-Year Status Reviews for 70 Species in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and the Pacific Islands

» Recovery

Current Recovery Plan(s)
Date Title Plan Action Status Plan Status
2006-09-22 Revised Hawaiian Forest Birds Recovery Plan View Implementation Progress Final Revision 1
Other Recovery Documents
Date Citation Page Title Document Type
2006-09-28 71 FR 57004 Revised Recovery Plan for Hawaiian Forest Birds
  • Notice Final Recovery Plan Availability
2008-04-29 73 FR 23264 23266 Initiation of 5-Year Status Reviews for 70 Species in Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington, and the Pacific Islands
  • Notice 5-year Review, Initiation
2013-02-05 78 FR 8185 8187 Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Initiation of 5-Year Status Reviews of 44 Species in Oregon, Hawaii, Guam, and the Northern Mariana Islands
  • Notice 5-year Review, Initiation
2003-10-16 68 FR 59635 59636 Draft Revised Recovery Plan for Hawaiian Forest Birds
  • Notice Draft Recovery Plan Availability
Five Year Review
Date Title
2015-08-18 Akiapolaau 5-year review 2015
2010-08-27 `Akiapolaau (Hemignathus munroi), 5-Year Review Summary and Evaluation

» Critical Habitat

No critical habitat rules have been published for the akiapolaau.

» Conservation Plans

No conservation plans have been created for akiapolaau.

» Petitions

» Life History

No Life History information has been entered into this system for this species.

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